Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Klobuchar's campaign announced they brought in $2 million in less than 24 hours following the debate - and $12 million within a week after it.
Sen. Sanders is celebrating his Nevada caucus victory hundreds of miles away in Texas.
Democratic US presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg said on Friday that his company has identified three women bound by non-disclosure agreements regarding his past conduct and that they would be released from their accords if they choose.
"So here's where I stand", Warren said.
'If I can get that done, it will be a great contribution to America and to my kids'. But that's how it has to be. In South Carolina black voters make up roughly two-thirds of the S.C. Democratic Party primary voting bloc.
Super PACs can raise unlimited funds on behalf of candidates but are not allowed to contribute directly to or coordinate with campaigns.
But the Warren campaign awaits a response.
"Experts are warning of potential technical snafus", she continued.
Trump was reportedly outraged at the briefing, fearing Democrats would use it against him. "We're winning big - and that is why millions of registered Democrat voters are leaving - they're joining our great Republican Party in droves, you see it all the time".
The site calls on her fellow Democrats to "show some moral backbone by refusing their own Super PACs in the 2020 primary".
The Bloomberg campaign did not respond to a request for comment by the Daily Dot. According to CNN, he is expected to perform for Warren at her events next week.
Support in the contest varied among subsets of likely Democratic primary voters polled. "I'm talking about Mayor Bloomberg", Ms. Warren said. "Now they have a new member of the (Democratic debate) - Mini Mike". "She trails by 8 and if she can parlay her strong debate performance into strong performances in Nevada and SC, then she may be poised to make a play for part of the biggest delegate prize on Super Tuesday in the Golden State", The Hill reported. But Warren pounced on the question of how many NDAs there might be.
But in Wednesday night's debate, Bloomberg said if candidates that had made a mistake in the area of criminal justice were eliminated from consideration, "there'd be nobody else up here".