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Joe Concha: Biden-campaign, more and more attention in the media than any other candidate combined’

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The Hill media reporter Joe Concha says that the former Vice-President Joe Biden will get most of the media 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.

The former Vice-President Joe Biden dominated, with other Democrats in the primary at this point, a thank you goes to the most media attention since he announced his 2020 presidential bid, told The Hill media reporter Joe Concha.

The latest Fox News poll showed that Biden is a clear front-runner among the Democratic crop of presidential candidates. Among the Democratic primary voters, Biden is a 35 percent (compared to 31 percent in March) leaves Bernie Sanders in a distant second place with 17 percent (compared to 23 percent).

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But Concha Fox and Friends “Friday morning and said,” that Biden is the success, not only because of his name recognition and pointed to the media attention received by the campaign, as he announced the run in the last month.

“Obviously, he has the name recognition, but the attention of the media, he said in the last three weeks, it combines more than any other candidate,” the reporter.

“Obviously, he has the name recognition, but the attention of the media, that he is in the last three weeks, it is more than all the other candidates together.”

— Joe Concha

“That’s pretty impressive,” said Concha, the on the particularly crowded Democratic primary field.

“There are two football teams. It is 23 people at this point. To do that 22 other people. Listen to these numbers. He was mentioned last week alone, about 1,400 times. Bernie Sanders just 500, a third.”

The figure quoted by Concha not taken into account, whether it’s positive or negative press, negative media attention is likely to be a problem for the campaign.

“But then again, you will see that with the President, and it seems to work quite well,” he added. “For Biden, it is mostly positive, though.”

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Concha went on to note that Biden improved the polling, even though he was “really not too many things that you think would say, his monumental” and has not done all of the interviews were, he was grilled on his credentials.

“He said that he wanted health insurance to all undocumented or illegal immigrants. That seemed to get some attention. For the most part, he did not made any hard interviews,” he added.

“He said that he wanted health insurance to all undocumented or illegal immigrants. That seemed to get some attention. For the most part, he has not made any tough interviews”.

— Joe Concha

The Fox News poll also found that Elizabeth Warren is polling third with 9 percent, Pete Buttigieg receives 6 per cent, followed by Kamala Harris at 5 percent, Beto O’rourke at 4%, Cory Booker at 3%, and Julian Castro, Amy Klobuchar at 2 percent per piece. John Delaney, Tulsi Gabbard, Jay Inslee, Tim Ryan, Marianne Williamson, and Andrew Yang will each garner one percent.

Harris’s polling is particularly noteworthy, as they touted recently relaunched its campaign, despite previously as a likely frontrunner for the nomination.

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But Concha pointed out that the PV was still in its infancy, and recalled that President Trump was not even on the ballot card back in 2015 during the Republican primary.

“Kamala Harris should be by many measures, was a pretty strong front-runner for the nomination,” he said. “Then again, if you think it’s Donald Trump not in the Regatta in June 2015, the debates are a great thing.”

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