Sights and sounds from night two of CNN's Democratic debate in Detroit

New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio speaks to reporters following the debate. De Blasio was the subject of protests inside of Fox Theatre during his opening remarks, which forced Sen. Cory Booker to completely pause. 

CNN's Democratic debates in Detroit are in the books after a night two which featured Sen. Cory Booker, Sen. Kamala Harris and fmr. Vice President Joe Biden among others. 

Take a look behind the scenes in the "spin room," where candidates meet with reporters following the debates in order to clarify their message.

Sights and sounds from night two of the Democratic debate in Detroit

Inside of the spin room at Hockeytown Cafe, across from Fox Theatre on Woodward Av. in downtown Detroit.

Sights and sounds from night two of the Democratic debate in Detroit

Sen. Cory Booker speaks to reporters following his Democratic debate performance.

Sights and sounds from night two of the Democratic debate in Detroit

DNC Chairman Tom Perez enters the spin room during Democratic candidates closing statements.

Sights and sounds from night two of the Democratic debate in Detroit

Andrew Yang follows the debate by speaking to most members of the media. 

Sights and sounds from night two of the Democratic debate in Detroit

Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet approaches the spin room with caution as he prepares to speak to media.

Sights and sounds from night two of the Democratic debate in Detroit

Reporters and photographers jockey for position to get a peak at Sen. Kamala Harris.

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