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Reaction and analysis from Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell and Fox News contributor, Richard Fowler.
As if his poor result in Iowa and New Hampshire were not enough, Joe Biden, was met with chants of “Drop-out, Joe!”, on Thursday evening, as he donate to the left, a campaign of action in New York City reports.
Other protesters from the group New York Communities for Change, held a mock “funeral” for Biden’s candidacy, with a black coffin, adorned with Biden 2020 sticker.
“The campaign is pretty much done,” to “wear suffering”, said. “The people have spoken. Young people have spoken.”
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Earlier this week, the 77-year-old former Vice-President of the fight for the connection with the electorate, in spite of being as the democratic party frontrunner for the 2020 presidential nomination, prompted him to leave New Hampshire early, before the primary results were, so he could focus on the Feb. 22 Nevada group meetings, and Feb. 29 South Carolina primary.
Biden supporters in South Carolina said on Tuesday that he is not anywhere near up to the race.
“It is important that Iowa and New Hampshire have spoken, but we need to hear from Nevada and South Carolina and Super Tuesday and beyond,” he said. “We still have not heard of most of the ingredients are committed in the Democratic party-the African-American community-or the fastest-growing segment of the party — the Latino-Americans.”
Biden went on to describe the importance of African-American and Latino vote, who say they “can’t be, the democratic candidate, and you can’t win the democratic nomination as a Democrat, unless you have the support of black and brown voters.”
In the night of Friday, Biden Manhattan, courting Wall Street was in the heart of midtown-figures to increase as he had hoped, a minimum of $reported 1 million, the New York Post.
The participants were scheduled at the Wayfarer restaurant, event, former Morgan Stanley chief John Mack, Centerview ners executive Alan Hartman, Citigroup exec Ray McGuire, Blackstone operating chief Jonathan Gray, Snap-Chairman Michael Lynton and former Obama economic adviser Jeffrey Zients, according to a list by CNBC.
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Biden in fourth place in the Feb. 3 Iowa Caucasus, and even the fifth place in the Tuesday New Hampshire primary according to reports, some sponsors were concerned about the future of his campaign
A recent Quinnipiac University poll showed Sen. Bernie Sanders, the democratic party field National leads, with the support of 25 percent of the Democratic voters, with Biden, with only 17 per cent.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this story.