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While Joe Biden, the current frontrunner is to capture, the 2020 democratic presidential nomination, possible pot holes lie ahead for the former Vice-President, says: “Special Report” anchor Bret Baier.
In the midst of the political diversity and left-of-center Democratic party, Fox News anchor Bret Baier argues that Joe Biden hit some bumps in the road, obstructing his path to the nomination.
In an interview with “America’s Newsroom” on Wednesday, Baier argues, to say that it is too early, Biden is “unstoppable” – but the former Vice President has clearly lead to a monumental.
“You have a long way to go,” Baier the host said. “We are 8 1/2 months away from the first-person-voting and on the way, you have these debates become great moments in elementary school.”
At the beginning of next month, democratic debates kick-off in Miami, which formulate the the nearly two dozen candidates the opportunity to their platforms, and are different from each other.
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“There will be some of the 24 candidates who will not be rocking for Biden in the different ways, whether he is bound to advanced enough to have a few bad things in the past,” says Baier commented.
“So you have moments, the potentially large ground waves for the former Vice-President. But clearly, he is the frontrunner,” he continued.
Many politicians and prominent figures on both sides of the aisle, Biden criticized for its current and past initiatives, most recently including his “middle-ground” approach to climate change, and the revival of his work with the 1994 bill, have contributed to mass incarceration.
However, as a former Vice President after 40 years in Washington, it’s no surprise that Biden has friends and enemies.
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“Of course, personally, he has a lot of friends and a lot of goodwill on Capitol Hill said really with both sides of the aisle,” Baier.
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“But as a political peculiarities, which in a Democratic field is clear, go further to the left in the progressive vein of Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, by the way, the only other candidate in the double-digit range, are the possible pitfalls on the way,” he continued.