nearvideo-Bernie Sanders takes it with Joe Biden’s presidential campaign rollout
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, the former Vice-President to attend a private fundraiser at the home of corporate-POPs only a few hours after the announcement of the 2020 bid; Peter Doocy reports from Washington lobbyist.
The democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Bernie Sanders of Vermont are taking aim at the latest entry in the 2020-nomination-race – Joe Biden.
Campaigning in Iowa hours after the former Vice-President contrasted officially his candidacy, Warren, on Thursday its long-standing record of on Wall Street, the one with Biden.
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“In a time when the largest financial institutions in this country were to try, the pressure on the millions of hard-working families into bankruptcy because of medical problems, job loss, divorce and a death in the family, there was no one there to stand up for them,” said the populist senator, produced a progressive policy proposal to the other, as she runs for the White house.
“I have in this fight, because they are simply not everyone,” she said. “And Joe Biden was firm on the side of the credit card.”
The comments sparked an almost two-decades-old battle between the two about the country’s insolvency law.
Fox News reached the Biden campaign for the reaction to Warren’s words, but had not yet received a response at the time this article was published.
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It’s not just Warren. The head of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee – the support of the senator from Massachusetts – also on target took Biden, who goes into the race as the front-runner in most national polls and in early primary and caucus-voting-state polls, something above Sanders and far ahead of the rest of the large field of 20 competitors.
Not to run “with the billionaires, the decision, the progressive candidates were in need of a foil. If Joe Biden positioned himself as the political insider yesterday who says that big ideas such as universal child care, student debt relief, and a wealth tax on the ultra-millionaires possible, it would be a simple film, Adam Green, the co-founder of the PCCC, told Fox News.
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Sanders ” campaign also met with Biden.
The former vice president spent Thursday night fundraiser cash in the suburban Philadelphia home of David Cohen, a senior Executive of Comcast Corp., and a former Democratic operative.
In a fundraising E-Mail to supporters, at the same time, Sanders’ campaign manager, Faiz Shakir, wrote that “it is a big day in the Democratic primary-and we hope to finish it strong. Not with a fundraiser in the home of the corporate lobbyist, but with an overwhelming number of individual donations in response to today’s news.”
Earlier in the day, a rising progressive group called the ” justice Democrats, continued Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez-New York, called Biden “out of touch” and stressed that “we can not allow a so-called ‘centrist’ like Joe Biden to share the Democratic party and in the party of ” no, we can’t.'”
Biden, of course, is considered more moderate than many of the current contenders for the democratic presidential nomination, especially Warren and Sanders, describes himself as a democratic socialist.
This kind of jabs by the candidates, their campaigns and outside groups could sing a building ancestral conflict between the progressive and the establishment of the party.
Biden was pushed back against the perception that he is a moderate in a party that is always in motion to the left. Earlier this month, he described himself as an “Obama-Biden-Democrat.”
The former President, Barack Obama, Biden, chief for eight years, still extremely popular with Democrats.
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And Biden said he would stack his record against “everyone who has run or who now, or who.”
Highlighting his early public push for same-sex marriage, he said, “I’m sure if no one else came in and said that she was for gay marriage.”