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The democratic presidential candidate, John Delaney, believes it is a waste of time for the candidates to talk about the Electoral College.
“I would not like to get rid of the Electoral College, because I believe that this is the right way-but it is not going to change. I think, in part, a total waste of time to talk about it is said,” the one-time Maryland representatives, on “The story with Martha MacCallum.”
“I’d rather you talk about the improvement of the public education, better health care, reduction in drug prices, investments in the infrastructure. To do things that matter to the American people.”
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“Every voice matters, and the way we do, what happens is that we get rid of the national vote, and that means that, the Electoral College,” said another Democratic White house hopeful, Sen. Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts, in comments Monday at the Jackson State University in Mississippi.
Delaney also addressed the issue of age and the question of whether the other candidates like sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., 77, and the former Vice-President Joseph Biden, 76, to run, to old, to respond to a column in The Washington Post asked if the two veteran politicians had waited too long to pursue the high office.
“I don’t think that people should say, the American people, that, you know, someone will not be based on your age qualifies, the President. This is to decide for the American people,” Delaney, 55, said McCallum.
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The former Congressman also spoke of his support for capitalism, something fellow candidate Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., on Monday on MSNBC.
“It’s crazy. Look, I’m a capitalist. I was an entrepreneur before I said ran for office,” Delaney. “I believe in the power of capitalism, in its ability to create jobs and innovations, but I also believe in strong social programs.”