in the vicinityVideoJoe Biden addresses supporters after primary wins in Mississippi, Missouri, and Michigan
The former Vice-President Joe Biden says America needs steady leadership, honest, trustworthy, and honest.
History does not repeat itself in Michigan for Bernie Sanders.
And because of this, the populist U.S. senator from Vermont had a very disappointing evening on “Super Tuesday II” – and now stands before the formidable delegates from the mathematics, allows him to quickly slip out of the reach of the democratic presidential nomination.
Only four years ago, it was in Michigan, where Sanders pulled off a historical upset over the possible candidacy of Hillary Clinton. At the time, the victory of his White house bid kept alive.
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Fast forward four years later and Sanders – down in the public opinion polls in the double digits again in the Great lake state, was convincing the former Vice-President Joe defeated Biden.
Four years ago, Sanders almost Clinton topped in Missouri. This time, he lost the state by a nearly 2-to-1 margin on Biden. And the former Vice-President beat Sanders in Mississippi and won in Idaho as well.
Sanders – who won a landslide victory in the 2016 Washington state-the Caucasus – was counted neck and neck with Biden in the state in 2020, primary with just over two-thirds of the votes. Biden had initially counted the slight edge in Idaho – with more than three-quarters of the votes and was eventually declared the winner.
Sanders was in North Dakota, s to Caucasus, to win where only 14 delegates were.
The Undisputed Leader
S Biden ‘ blockbuster performance has strengthened its leadership in the all-important race for the presidential Convention, delegates and further cemented his status as the undisputed frontrunner for the democratic nomination. And Biden’s strong performance, Sanders presents a difficult choice to make, whether to continue his White house bid.
To deliver, In a remarkable and uncharacteristic move, Sanders opted, primary night address, to speak by the opportunity to a national audience.
Biden, in the vicinity of his national campaign headquarters in Philadelphia, the main talk of the night on Wednesday after cancelling a rally in Cleveland by coronavirus can be, and is, and after an ugly collision with an auto-worker in Michigan earlier in the day — and she grabbed Sanders and his legions of followers, with an olive branch.
“I thank Bernie Sanders and his supporters, for your tireless energy and your passion. We share a common goal and together we will defeat Donald Trump. We defeat him,” Biden said.
“I thank Bernie Sanders and his supporters, for your tireless energy and your passion. We share a common goal and together we will defeat Donald Trump. We defeat him.”
— Joe Biden
And Biden illuminated, like many of his former rivals, but also, how much of the Democratic party establishment, have joined his campaign in the week and a half, since his overwhelming victory in the South Carolina primary, which followed three days later by his sweeping victories of the first “Super” Tuesday, 3. March.
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“In just the past week, so many of my incredibly capable competitors have endorsed me. Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O’rourke, Mike Bloomberg, Cory Booker and Kamala Harris,” mentioned Biden. “Together, we bring the party. This is what we have to do.”
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Sanders flew home to Burlington, Vt., after the cancel of a primary night campaign event in Cleveland by coronavirus concerns. Huddled with his advisers, the Senate now stands in front of a primary calendar that does not get easier.
The four large States hold primaries in the next week – Florida, Illinois, Ohio and Arizona became States, the Sanders lost to Clinton four years ago.
Coalition comes together
Sanders spent most of the past week stumping in Michigan. But there and in the other larger member States that held contests Tuesday, Sanders was not able to expand on its pedestal. Biden – now – once again, a large coalition of votes – gathered a solid win among African-Americans, women and suburban voters.
A Fox-News-voters-analysis in Michigan, given Biden topped Sanders by more than 20 points among white voters without a college degree. Sanders cleaned with white working class voters in the primary school, four years ago. That was the harbinger of Clinton’s narrow loss to Donald Trump in the November 2016 General election in Michigan. Trump’s victory with the working class and the white voters in the state, as well as similar narrow wins in two other key Rust Belt states – Pennsylvania and Wisconsin – drove him to the White house.
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“The whole electability argument, the Sanders campaign has shown that he can, a win is a broad coalition, and two, he can turnout to grow. On the basis of the actual vote totals-to date, he has do not have been able to, either. Joe Biden has,” said Mo Elleithee, the founding executive director of the Georgetown University, Institute for politics and Public service and a Fox News contributor.
“And this is the story of this primary season so far. We have seen that in South Carolina, we saw it on Super Tuesday, and we saw it again tonight. And there was Biden a near insurmountable lead in delegates,” added Elleithee, a senior spokesman for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign, which later served as the communications director for the Democratic National Committee.