in the vicinityVideoTom Steyer on the performance in the state of Nevada, the expectations for South Carolina
Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer joins Chris Wallace on ” Fox News Sunday.’
The billionaire Tom Steyer acknowledged his campaign may be on the verge of a make-or-break moment after another disappointing performance in the Nevada Caucuses, but saw to the minority support in South Carolina as the key to success in this state in the coming primary.
Steyer had said that he hoped to finish in first or second in Nevada and South Carolina, but after the fifth place in Nevada, he now accepts that he must come in at least third place in the next competition.
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“I think I know, for sure,” Steyer said on “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace
This remains a possibility, as a recent real clear politics polling average places Steyer on the third place, in front of the former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. Steyer credited this to its popularity among black and Latino voters.
“I think I have done best with black people, I did best with Latinos. I think that, if we look at the diverse Democratic electorate, when we were told on the diversity of America and the Democratic party, I’m much better,” Steyer.
Wallace brought the criticism that Steyer has received, after black Democratic leader, on its payroll the former head of the Charleston County Democrats are accusing Steyer of the people pay, for their support.
Steyer defends his movements, and smart-based organisation.
“What we found is, if you want to organize, in the community, working with people from the community, and that is exactly what we are doing in South Carolina,” he said.
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Steyer pointed to discuss his willingness to race as a factor in the support he always of minorities. He touted his commitment to the environment, justice, and the environment affect issues in the poorer minority neighborhoods more than others, as well as his consistent support for reparations for slavery.