The Democratic White House hopefuls jockeyed for advantage Thursday after a spirited debate in Las Vegas on Wednesday night that exposed deep divisions, both political and personal, among the six candidates on the stage: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.); former South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete Buttigieg; former vice president Joe Biden; Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.); Sen. Amy Klobuchar; and former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg.

The candidates continued to take aim at one another during appearances in Nevada — which holds its caucuses on Saturday — and elsewhere in the West, as well as in television appearances and on social media.

Bloomberg, a newcomer to the debate stage Wednesday, faced more flak from his rivals, with Warren saying he would he be “a risky candidate” for the party. Bloomberg told supporters that nominating Sanders would be a “fatal error,” while Biden sought to contrast his record on guns with the senator from Vermont, who showed strength in another poll from California. President Trump, meanwhile, declared himself the real winner of the Democratic debate as he prepared for a campaign rally in Colorado.