nearvideo-special report w/ Bret Baier – Tuesday, 19 February
Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who announced on Tuesday his candidacy for the presidency, leave to win a lasting impact or lose, Matthew Continetti, the editor of the Washington Free Beacon said.
Sanders is the start of the twelfth candidate, a campaign or an exploratory committee, and raised over $4 million dollars within 24 hours, surpassing all of its competitors in the same time frame.
Continetti came by Byron York, Washington Examiner chief political correspondent and NPR’s Mara Liasson on the “Special Report”, “All-star” panel.
Continetti noted that Biden is reluctant to enter the race “creates a vacuum” for the business-friendly Democrats and the “poor Amy Klobuchar” is all alone in the rejection of the progressive free tuition for all.
“You need reinforcements. Otherwise, this is not the Barack Obama party is the party, not Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders’ party-and that helps Donald Trump said,” Continetti.
York Sanders referred to as the “great sensation” in the year 2016, because “no big-name Democrats,” called on Hillary Clinton, and also drew attention to the Democrat-socialist age.
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“Bernie will be 79 years old on the day of the election. That’s older than Ronald Reagan was, he left the office after eight years. This is really, really the limit,” York slide said.
In the meantime, Liasson told the panel that Sanders will be the “victim of its own success”, since the majority of the other Democratic candidates embraced his very left-wing ideology, the questions of why someone needs a “cranky old man from Brooklyn” against the “young, exciting people that with him about almost everything.”