MAC & GAYDOS

Mac & Gaydos recap the first Democratic presidential debate of 2015

Oct 14, 2015, 3:13 PM | Updated: Oct 22, 2015, 10:08 am

We asked Mac & Gaydos to sit down and give us a short synopsis of the first Democratic presidential debate that was held Tuesday in Las Vegas.

While there were five candidates participating, it seemed the next day’s synopsis tabbed Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders as the only two relevant candidates in the race, at least at this point.

The guys analyze a little reaction between Clinton and Sanders that may have handed Clinton the win in the debate before talking some of the smaller candidates — Martin O’Malley, Jim Webb and Lincoln Chafee. Don’t worry: Mac & Gaydos weren’t sure who some of them were, either.

Check out the video above to get the guys’ opinions on the debate. Hey, it sure beats listening to the Donald.

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Mac & Gaydos recap the first Democratic presidential debate of 2015