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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders runners, as Joe Biden claims big victories in Michigan, Mississippi and Missouri; reaction and analysis from Chris Hahn, the Moderator of the “Aggressive Progressive” podcast and Fox News contributor Guy Benson and Mollie Hemingway.
Bernie Sanders won North Dakota’s democratic presidential Caucuses, the Associated Press, said on Wednesday, after the defeat of Ex-Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday, the contests in Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, and Idaho.
The victory in North Dakota is Sanders’ only victory of the night so far: 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.
As of Wednesday morning, Biden, his lead grew to Sanders in the race for the participants, with 823 participants in the Vermont senator’s 663. The delegate count is expected to change as votes come in.
Biden swept to victory in Michigan’s key primary contest Tuesday, when notching up wins elsewhere in the Midwest and the South, building on the former Vice President’s momentum from Super Tuesday a week and a further deterioration in Sanders’ way in the future, in the presidential race.
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The victory in Michigan, and in particular, around was a blow to Sanders, who moved closely to the state, had a surprise in the four years ago against Hillary Clinton, and struggled again to his appeal in the vital rust belt state, this time. The mid-West of the battleground state that helped send President Trump in the White house.
Biden, in his remark, seemed to be the hand to rich, Sanders trailer — thanked the candidates and voters for their “tireless energy and passion.”
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“This campaign is taking, and I think we will do well from this point forward,” Biden said, adding that he would not take “nothing for granted.”
But Sanders ” campaign, said he would not speak publicly at all Tuesday night-the first time the candidate has refused to address supporters in the Wake of the primary vote in this campaign season.
“There’s no sugar-coating this. It is a tough time for the movement,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, one of Sanders’ most prominent surrogates, said on Instagram.
Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser and The Associated Press contributed to this report.