nearvideo Chris Stirewalt on Joe Biden, the ‘successful’ presidential-campaign rollout: He hit his marks very nice
Despite some skepticism, former Vice-President, Joe Biden, outraised and ‘met’ Bernie Sanders says Fox News digital politics editor Chris Stirewalt.
Fox News digital politics editor Chris Stirewalt Tuesday praised the launch of the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, the “Europe 2020” campaign, in view of its high fundraising and polling numbers.
“He did what he had to do. His rollout was very successful,” Stirewalt said during an appearance on “America’s Newsroom.”
Biden announced his candidacy on Thursday with a message, the rays President, Donald Trump for his behavior in office.
Within the first 24 hours, Biden’s campaign $raised 6.3 million and surpassing its competitors Bernie Sanders, sen, I-Vt., and the former Rep. Beto O’rourke, D-Texas, with the 96,926 people who “chipped in” on the first day.
“He brought more money than anyone else had addressed, which is saying something, because Bernie Sanders can Hoover dollars with small donations, as no-one in history,” Stirewalt Fox News host Sandra Smith said.
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Biden has announced repeatedly for the led 2020 other candidates in polling, even before he. In a national survey, released at the end of April, Biden got a 24-point advantage over Sanders. The real clear politics polling average gave Biden a substantial lead for the democratic nomination.
Stirewalt said that Biden, the rollout was successful, although some observers were skeptical. “Biden, despite a lot of skepticism about how he was going to begin, Joe Biden hits his notes very nice for the beginning of his campaign,” he said, not to mention a “very successful” town hall event in Pittsburgh.
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Before Biden’s announcement, he encountered controversy over his behavior during the Anita Hill hearings in 1991, as well as several accusations, that he was immoral and touched women.
Biden said that in a private conversation with Hill, he will regret for the manner of its consultation carried out was expressed. He did not, however, apologize for his own actions, because he said he did not treat them “badly.”
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In a video message posted on Twitter, Biden also said he does not believe that he will touch someone in an improper way, but said he would “listen with respect”.
“And not once — never — did I think I acted inappropriately. If it is proposed, I Yes, I will listen carefully. But it was never my intention,” he said.