in the vicinityVideoMo Elleithee on the 2020 Democratic debates, ” the first night
Mo Elleithee on the 2020 Democratic debates, ” the first night
In spite of the absence of the stage, the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, 2020 Democratic presidential debates was one of the winners of the first night of the year, according to Mo Elleithee.
Biden remains at the front of the pack, because no one criticized him on Wednesday, Elleithee claimed on Thursday on “Special Report”.
“One of the biggest winners last night, frankly, was Joe Biden, because no one touched him,” he said.
“And while Warren has some good moments to be had, Booker had good moments, Castro had a really good night, you not only helped yourself a little bit, she really has a change to the entire contours of the race.
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“Biden is still in the lead and no one challenged him last night.”
The former DNC communications director, added that it is treated to be interesting to see how Biden is, by the other candidates, if he is present, on the stage Thursday night in Miami.
Elleithee said that a candidate who had a sad moment after his debate appearance in New York City mayor Bill de Blasio was.
“The best thing Bill de Blasio has going for him is that it is a different debate in a few hours, going to all the headlines,” he said.
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De Blasio was criticized for quoting Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara when he spoke at the Miami airport in support of the strike by trade Union members on Thursday.
“Hasta la victoria siempre,” said the mayor while holding a microphone.
He later apologized, by that comment in an offensive way.
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Not to offend “I mean anyone who has heard it, so. I excuse not in any case for me to understand for that story,” he said.
“I only meant it as a literal message to the strike of airport employees that I believed they would be victorious in their strike.”