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It is what happened after the debate between the six democratic candidates in Iowa, makes the most headlines.
Joe Biden, the 2020 Democratic leader accepts challenger to sen Bernie Sanders’ apology late on Monday night, a blistering op-ed written by an unofficial campaign surrogate, the blasted, the former Vice-President as a weak candidate with a serious corruption problem.
Zephyr Teachout, a Fordham Law professor, wrote a column for the Guardian, which could be used as a roadmap for President Trump’s re-election team in the Bundestag election. She described a candidate as a “middle-class Joe,” but whose political career is a bit murkier. You wrote, he has a long history of support for “funding over working-class Americans.”
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Teachout, who has officially Sanders and approved to write on the nomination of a candidate such as Biden would make it more difficult to defeat, Outdo. She said it would allow Trump to “muddy the water, to once again do so, he is a “draining of the marshes.”‘ She said Biden, the record shows the “grossly corrupt culture in Washington that long before the trump card.”
Perhaps, if the op-ed stood alone, would be the result of only a little more than the eyes of the Biden campaign, but an ABC News reporter on Twitter that the Sanders campaign, spreading the column. Convey noted that Briahna joy, gray, Sanders’ spokesman refused “to support directly or to disavow” the op-ed allegations during an appearance on MSNBC.
There is a famous quote by Jonathan Swift, Anglo-Irish essayist attributed that goes “a lie travels half way around the world while the truth is still on its shoes.” In this crucial Phase of the primaries also statements debunked outright, lasting impact on a campaign.
Sanders was in an Interview with CBS News on Monday, distanced himself from the op-ed, and said: “It is absolutely not my view that Joe is damaged in any way. And I’m sorry that the op appeared to be ed.”
Biden took to Twitter and said to thank Sanders for the recognition and, it is important that the rest of the candidates keep their focus on the determination of the trump suit is a one-term President.
The tensions among the remaining candidates appear on its all-time high. Last week, tensions scalded on the stage after the debate, when Sanders was confronted by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who accused him of lying about them in the media.
Sanders and Biden have also been splitting about the former Vice-President of the term of office of a ride to serve under President Obama. Sanders claimed that Biden pushed to weaken Social security.
Biden told an audience that “Bernie’s people” had spread a video, which suggested, wrongly, that in the year 2018 he agreed with the former speaker of the house of representatives, Paul Ryan’s push to reduce Social security benefits.
“It is simply a lie, the video goes around,” he said, adding that Politifact has debunked the video. “This is doctored a tape,” said Biden.
An intra-party fight is seen by many political insiders as a gift for Trump, who is currently an impeachment trial in the Senate.
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Leslie Marshall, a Fox News employee, wrote in an op-ed that, “If my fellow Democrats didn’t get who to nominate behind the Democrats for President this year, you will make sure, Trump s, to be re-elected.”
Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report