close tovideo Democrats on possible Bernie Sanders nomination
James Carville warns Democrats on the vote for the year 2020 with hope Bernie Sanders, while others in the media to downplay the presidential candidate front-runner status; a response to ‘Five.’
With populist sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont, now as the front-runner in the race for the democratic nomination, the worry and resistance, and Democrats within and outside the nation’s capital is growing among the mainstream and establishment.
Moderate lawmakers, the alarm sounded Thursday, Fox News’ Chad Pergram and Marisa Schultz the bells reported from Capitol Hill.
“It’s bad”, a freshman Democrat from a swing district, said. “We have conversations about dealing with this.”
“When [Sanders] is the candidate we lose,” another Democrat told Fox News.
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Two other vulnerable Democrats, said a Sanders nomination would almost certainly the member States, the President of Trump and hurt their down-ballot races for the house and the Senate.
The camp of the independent senator, who is making his second straight presidential candidacy run, increased this month, thanks to a strong finish in Iowa, where he and the Ex-South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, both claimed victory, and also thanks to his victory in the Tuesday, the first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire.
Sanders has also grabbed the lead over the former frontrunner, Joe Biden, in four of the last five national surveys, such as the former Vice-President of the slides following disappointing performances in both Iowa and New Hampshire And Sanders is the clear market leader in the fundraising battle for campaign cash.
Warnings about the down-ballot disasters, when Sanders of the party flag-bearer in November, is also of a Biden campaign.
“Elected officials across the country understand it, ballot carnage of the Democratic party is down, when we are choosing the wrong person,” Rep. Cedric Richmond of Louisiana, a Biden campaign co-Chairman, emphasized during a conference call Wednesday with reporters. “If Bernie Sanders were on the ticket, we would lose ourselves in danger of the house, we would not win back the Senate.”
The former Vice-President has the argument last Wednesday, the activity in the location Somersworth advertising, N. H. He said Sanders “is the name of a Democratic socialism.”
Then distributed it to his rival, said that “if Senator Sanders is the candidate for the party, every Democrat in America up and down the ballot — blue States, red States, purple States, just districts competitive-every Democrat will have to have the label that Senator Sanders for themselves.”
Biden then he showed to help his efforts to down-ballot Democrats in the year 2018, interim audit, if the party conquered in convincing the majority in the house.
“If Sanders is attacking me for the Luggage, I don’t have to said say, the 60-plus candidates, I fought for districts of the toughest in the country, in just two years, I see myself as a Luggage and they wanted me in their districts,” Biden.
He added that he doubt such a candidate would want to “Bernie Sanders to come and participate in the campaign” for you.
But the argument did not fly, apparently with New Hampshire voters, as Biden came in a distant and disappointing fifth place in the elementary school.
Nevada stitch for Biden
Biden hopes after a strong finish in Nevada, Feb. To resuscitate 22 group and a victory in South Carolina’s primary a week later, his campaign meetings.
But in what is seen as a setback, Nevada powerful and influential Culinary Union, rich refused on Thursday to support a candidate for the democratic nomination race.
The union and its affiliated organizations, around 60,000 workers represented in the restaurant and hospitality industry in Las Vegas and Reno. It is extremely rich in Nevada politics, as it is a major source of voter mobilization. Latinos make up more than half of the Union members.
Hours earlier, on a Wednesday evening conference call with supporters and donors, a fired-up Biden said: “I’ll be damned if we’re gonna lose this nomination, especially if we are gonna lose this nomination, and in the end lose an election to Donald Trump.”
On the call, confirmed by Fox News, Biden pointed to Bill Clinton’s losses in Iowa and New Hampshire in the 1992 cycle, before the then-Arkansas Governor went on to win the nomination and the inclusion of the White house.
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But while Clinton did not win either of the first two States, his strong second place in New Hampshire earned him the title of “comeback kid”, which increased his White house bid.
Buttigieg ramps up to Super Tuesday
Buttigieg’s campaign announced Thursday that next week, you will sessions the boots on the ground in all 14 Super Tuesday States holding primaries or group 3. March. And the candidates-once the longest of long shots for the nomination.the campaign in the next two weeks in such a Super-Tuesday-States, such as California, North Carolina, Utah and Virginia
Fox News’ Andrew O’reilly contributed to this report.