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Juan Williams to 2020 box, Bernie Sanders’ performance in the debate
Democratic presidential candidate sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., to lose to be the traction seems to be the other progressive runs in the year 2020, according to Juan Williams.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., to increase in popularity and taking Sanders’ place in the conversation, Williams claimed Friday on “The Five.”
“She’s been leap-frogging it,” Williams said of Warren.
“I think these two nights really sealed that it is their moment. She has lane, in terms of the left wing of the Democratic party policy.
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“She’s up, and he will fade away. We’ll see what happens.”
He added, Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., not looked comfortable on the Podium Thursday.
“If I think someone like Swalwell, he looked stiff,” he said.
Williams added the Democratic presidential primary field as a whole is very unwieldy.
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“I think the field is too big,” he said.
“You get so people should not be on the stage.”
For his part, Sanders oral the following Thursday stole at Swalwell in the debate, according to the California Democrat, the former Vice-President Joe Biden said, “the torch” to a younger generation of candidates.
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After the debate, Sanders was asked about the “generations” argument, when he by people like Swalwell.
“I think this is a kind of age discrimination, to tell you the truth,” Sanders responds.
“And I think what we are trying to do, and we all try to do is to end discrimination in this country, against women, against minorities, against the LGBT community, and I think age discrimination, as well.”
Fox News’ Joseph Wulfsohn contributed to this report.