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“The Daily Briefing’ host Dana Perino weighs in front of President Trump ‘ s rally in Orlando, Florida.
Democratic President expect presidential candidates down to focus on the ‘hack’, former Vice President Joe Biden next week in the debates, says Fox News’ Dana Perino.
“He is one of the tallest oak in the yard, and there are a lot of Democrats who want to figure out a way to cut him down,” Perino said, “The story with Martha MacCallum” guest host Ed Henry Tuesday.
The first debate of the Democratic primary season is split into two nights, June 26-27. The second night features most of the high-polling candidates on the stage, including Biden.
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“The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino” the host said fellow 2020 hopefuls could take the opportunity to paint to try and Biden as the past, and you follow the path of former President Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama, by pitching future and the progress of the Democratic base.
“Next week in the debates, if you start, for the Democrats you will see that the images are taken, not only to Donald Trump… they all do that. But it is a movement, such as, for example, Pete Buttigieg, who is trying to say that we want to go the party forward. Biden wants you said backwards,” Perino.
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“And most of the Democrats are the ones who have succeeded very well, just think, in the past, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. What were change their major campaign slogans — hope, and to move forward.”
The comments came after Biden said that he can win States, no Democrat elections in decades, won the presidency.
“I plan on campaigning in the South. I plan-if I am to win your candidate — Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, whether you believe it or not,” Biden vowed Monday, as he spoke at a meeting in the capital of the nation of the Poor People’s Campaign of Moral action in Congress.
No Democrat has South Carolina in a presidential election since Jimmy Carter, more than four decades. Biden, who has developed close links over the years in the state, where he often holidays, enjoys a large advantage over its primary rivals in the state’s crucial first-in-the-South presidential primary.
But the capture of the conservative government in a General election, would be a high hurdle. The Republicans have won, which dates back to the state in every presidential election from 1968, with the exception of Carter’s victory in 1976.
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No Democrat Georgia has won since Bill Clinton in 1992. And other than Barack Obama’s victory in 2008, North Carolina, was sound dated in the GOP column in every presidential election from 1968.