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CONCORD, NH – sen Bernie Sanders says, it is “enough” for the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates beat President Trump.
What a subtle side seemed to swipe at former Vice-President Joe Biden – the frontrunner in the race for the democratic nomination, Sanders said in an interview on Tuesday that “I will do everything I can to defeat Donald Trump. And Biden is right, this is what we have to do.”
He added, “But, here’s the but, I don’t think that’s enough.”
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Sanders — the populist independent senator from Vermont, making his second straight bid for the White house — spoke with Fox News and NHTalkRadio.com during a visit to New Hampshire. It weighed in, gently, on Biden, his candidacy after the primary front-runner, made some comments, the questions about his motivations for running.
Talking with reporters at a campaign stop in prole, Iowa, where the former veep was asked why he wants to be President, Biden replied: “I think it’s really, really, really important, is that Donald Trump will not be elected again.”
But he then added, “I Could not have had a happy belongs to die, ‘Hail to the Chief” to play for me?” Answering his own question, he said, “Yes, I could. … That is not the reason why I ran.”
And asked whether he would launch a third White house bid, if a conventional Republican President was now, Biden said, “I’m not sure to be honest … I had not planned on running again and again.”
Sanders on Tuesday joked at the beginning, when you are asked about Biden, campaign, concept.
“Joe could listen to,” he said. “I don’t want to give him good advice here. He’ll take it. He is good enough, you know.”
But turning serious, he said: “you’ve got to hit the trump card, but this is not enough. We have transform this country and create a government and an economy that works for all of us and not just the one percent.”
Sanders is currently in second place tied with the other progressive standard-bearer Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts is behind Biden in the majority of the 2020 primaries polls.
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But Biden, already dealing with the fallout from a series of campaign-trail gaffes, saw his comments about the presidency to spread virally, what headlines such as “is Joe Biden Want To Do This?” in the New York Times and “Joe Biden – the anemic front-runner” in an analysis in The Washington Post.
Biden and his presidential campaign have repeatedly stressed that Trump may not be re-elected, and argued that the former Vice President is the best candidate among the record-to beat the field of Democratic White house hopefuls is the incumbent Republican President in next year’s Federal election.
Biden is the first TV-Spot of its 2020 action, began to run, the Iowa airwaves last month declared, “we have to beat, Donald Trump and all the polls votes Joe Biden is the strongest Democrat to get the job done. No one is better qualified.”
And Biden, wife, Jill Biden, put bluntly, the election campaign in New Hampshire, in the last month, that “your candidate could be better, I don’t know, health care as Joe, but you have to have a look, who is this election to win. And maybe you have to swallow a little bit and say, ‘OK, personally, I like so-and-so is better’, but your bottom line will be that we have trump card to beat.”
Sanders is not the first year of 2020, the Democratic rival of Biden is to say, the race is more than just displacement trump from the White house.
Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey, speaking last month to a union crowd at a presidential candidate forum organized by the Iowa AFL-CIO, said that “the next leader of our party can’t be that someone is a safe bet. “Oh, let’s just find people that can be done to triangulate and get this so that we can beat Donald Trump can.'”
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Booker emphasized that “I am in this election because I know we can do more than that,” in an apparent reference to Biden.