Biden says he and Sanders share “the common goal of’ driving unit after primary wins

in the vicinityVideoBiden wins Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi primaries

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.

The former Vice-President Joe Biden said his campaign is “very much alive”, after he swept some of Tuesday’s primary contests, while he says that he and rival Bernie Sanders share a “common goal” of defeating President Trump.

From the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, US, Biden announced that his victories Tuesday night, saying: “Looks like we have another great night.”


“As I said from the beginning, this choice is one that the characters on the ballot—the character of the candidates, and the character of the nation to the ballot,” Biden supporter, said. “It is a comeback, not only for this campaign, but also for the soul of this nation.”

“This campaign is taking, and I think that will do well from this point forward,” he continued, while adding that he “takes nothing for granted.”

Biden greeted the Fans of his former rival, with the words “if you are ready to join us.”

“We need you, we want you to, there is a place in our campaign for each of you,” he said. “And I thank Bernie Sanders and his supporters for their tireless energy and passion.”

He added: “We share a common goal, and together we will defeat Donald Trump. We defeat him.”


Biden swept the primary contests in Missouri, which is worth it with 68 participants, of Mississippi, to the value of 36 delegates; and Michigan, it is worth a whopping 125 delegates.

Results Tuesday in North Dakota, Washington state and Idaho competitions have not yet been clarified.

Biden in Michigan a blow to Sanders, who moved closely to win a surprise in the state four years ago against Hillary Clinton. President Trump won Michigan about Clinton in 2016, although his margin of victory in the General election was only around 10,000 votes.

But Tuesday was weighed for the first time voters and to the Democratic contest, since it was practically a two-candidate race between Biden and Sanders. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, is still a candidate for President, but behind both Biden and Sanders in the delegate count and has yet to win a primary contest.


Both Biden and Sanders to your originally planned rallies for Tuesday night in Ohio said, citing the public safety concerns in the midst of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, outbreak in the whole nation. Biden addressed supporters after his victories on Tuesday in the primaries, but a spokesman for the Sanders campaign, said the self-proclaimed democratic socialist, no comments.

Meanwhile, Biden on Tuesday night, touted the endorsements he received from former Democratic presidential candidates such as former New York city mayor Mike Bloomberg; Sens. Cory Booker, D-N. J., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn.; former Rep. Beto O’rourke; and the former South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg. On Tuesday evening Andrew Yang extended a confirmation for Biden.

“Together, we bring the party,” Biden said. “This is what we have to do. Tonight we are a step closer to the restoration of dignity, decency and honor to the White house. This is our ultimate goal.”

Biden went on to slam President Trump over his handling of the Corona-Virus outbreak that shocked the nation, and the world, in the last few weeks.

“In this moment, when so much fear int he country and a lot of fear around the world, we need American leadership style—leadership that is honest, true and stable,” he said. “Soothing guide and I promise you, I will give effort to the nation, the very leadership every day.”

He added: “I believe that this nation can overcome four years of Donald Trump, but you have to be careful of? We can’t let that happen.”

Biden’s victories came after he swept much of the last week the Super Tuesday contests, winning 10 of the Status of competitions to Sanders’ four.

Biden is the landslide victory in the South Carolina primary last month also gave him the much-needed momentum heading into the Super Tuesday contests and beyond, after he in the fourth and fifth places in the Iowa Caucasus and the New Hampshire primary.

Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.

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