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WhoSaidSo features analytical articles about the 2020 and 2016 Presidential Primary Debates. Fourteen Candidates, both Democratic and Republican, have been given their dedicated pages. Included are Transcripts of the 2020 and 2016 Presidential Primary Debates. Other pages include articles about the U.S. Bill of Rights and the Rubaiyat. The pages are crafted in the style of a Concordance.

Examples of pages on the site are :

Biden 2020 -- Vice President Biden's positions on over twenty issues.
Clinton and Trump political positions compared. This page contains over 200 statements juxtaposing their views on over a dozen topics. Comments are taken from five debates -- two Democratic and three Republican.
Clauses of the U.S. Bill of Rights -- Seventeen clauses are included.
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam -- Online Text of the 1859 Fitzgerald's translation.
Concordance to Rubiyat: contains over 170 entries.

Popular Posts on WhoSaidSo
Sanders on Campaign Finance Senator Sanders' comments are from two 2016 Democratic Party Presidential Primary Debates in Las Vegas, NV, and Charleston, SC.
Director of FBI on Trump: In May 2018 James Comey, the Director of FBI under Trump, declassified his memos about his interactions with Trump. Comey published his seven memos over nine years before the designated declassification date shortly after he was dismissed by Trump.
Biden's 2020 comments during the seventh 2020 Democratic Party Presidential Primary Debate in Iowa. Issues covered include: China, defense, economy, families, farmers, healthcare, Iran, Japan, Medicare, Middle East, military, North Korea, Obamacare, taxes, trade, Trump.
Trump's 2016 comments from three Republican Party Presidential Primary Debates in Ohio, New Hampshire and Michigan.
Cruz on North Korea -- Senator Ted Cruz 2016 comments during the March 3rd primary.
Trump on China -- Donald Trump's comments on China during the 2016 Republican Party Presidential Primary Debates.
Dem and GOP 700 combined comments: from the first two 2016 Presidential Primary Debates.
U.S. National Security Strategy as of 2017 -- Highlights plus Index and Text.
Trump's and Clinton's comments compared: over 200 statements from five 2016 Presidential Primary Debates juxtaposed.
Biden, Sanders, Warren and Steyer: their 2020 comments compared. Statements were made during the 2020 Democratic Party Presidential Primary Debate in Iowa on January 14, 2020. Topics include China, Iran, Korea, economy, trade, taxes, Middle East, and Medicare.

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