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2020 presidential candidate Cory Booker over his campaign, the former President Obama on Tuesday, predicting that he would pull off a surprise victory in the Iowa Caucasus.
“My campaign is the development of the same way President Obama,” he said on MSNBC the “Morning Joe.”
“The same way that Jimmy Carter and others, the language of the larger ambitious goals-to break immediately. But God, as our team is in third place in the net located in Iowa, and rock climbing, … 80% of the people do not have on your final choice.”
“We are confident that on our path to victory in Iowa — upset in Iowa,” Booker added. “We see local news write about the fact that we have the makings for a surprise.”
Booker complained about democratic debate skills, claiming that they hold the quality candidates from reaching the stage.
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“I believe that these artificial barriers to this debate stage, now the unintended consequences of the minority votes which are essential to our party, which are essential for the movement of our party on the right…”, he said.
“And this is problematic for a party that is on Black and Latino black and brown, I say, Asian-Americans and others, the numbers in the record. Not only for the presidency won, but to win back a critical Senate seat that we need from North-Carolina, South-Carolina, Georgia, Arizona.”
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He also said there are more billionaires on the debate stage, as black people, and claimed that the billionaires do not have a legitimate Chance to win the nomination of the Democrats.
“I am concerned that the unintended consequences of the rules as written, allows for a billionaire – and by the way, it will be well, if this race remains where it is now, the 2020 election, we have more billionaires than black people, which enables them billionaires at this stage and not people, have to win a legitimate opportunity to the nomination,” Booker said earlier in this segment.
According to the latest real clear politics polling average, Booker under two percent in the Hawkeye state, came in ninth place with Rep. Tulsi Gabbard.