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FOX Business’ Connell McShane breaks down the numbers on the ‘Super Tuesday 2.0′ as the primary results come in. Then Fox News’ Matt Finn speaks with voters on the ground in Detroit, Michigan.
To announce Andrew Yang as the newest former 2020 candidates, their endorsement of the former Vice-President Joe Biden.
“I think Joe is going to be Biden, the democratic candidate, and I said I was always to support whoever is the candidate. I hereby sign the endorsement Joe Bien am to be not only the nominee of the Democratic party, but for the next President of the United States,” Yang, a CNN panel said on Tuesday evening.
Yang said as a CNN commentator after the withdrawal from the 2020 race in February, he supported in the past, the sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in the year of 2016, and called him an “inspiration” and encouraged his own presidential candidacy, but said, “the math says that Joe is our prohibition candidate.”
“We together need to the party,” Yang. “We need to start working on the winner on Donald Trump in the autumn.”
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Yang warned Biden that if he campaigned for “a return to business as usual,” he is in danger, the young voters who supported Sanders and his own campaign.
The business man was not the first 2020 dropout to endorse Biden this week. Senators Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Cory Booker, D-N. J., formally, the former Vice President on Monday.
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Before Super-Tuesday, Biden the support of Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn broke., former South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg and former Texas Congressman Beto O’rourke.
Sanders also has the support of his former rivals, including New York City mayor Bill de Blasio, spiritual guru Marianne Williamson and former Sen. Mike Gravel.