Joe Biden commended Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) on Wednesday, saying the senator didn’t just run a political campaign, he created a movement. During a virtual town hall, Biden bid farewell to his former 2020 rival, calling him a “good friend” whose “leadership is going to continue.”
Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) has officially suspended his presidential campaign. In a video message to supporters, Sanders announced he is dropping out of the presidential race to focus his efforts on passing legislation for the coronavirus pandemic.
Democrat Party officials and their allies are ramping up accusations of racism against President Trump. The latest debate of race and national discrimination flared up after the president referred to coronavirus as the “Chinese virus,” which triggered a fury in mainstream media.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has said he’s had enough debates with Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.). The two candidates have not been active on the campaign trail due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has postponed primary elections in several states.
While some states have delayed their presidential primaries, others are looking at alternatives to proceed with voting. Louisiana, Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, Maryland and Connecticut have all rescheduled their elections. Similar action by Puerto rice is pending the governor’s approval.
As the Democrat presidential contenders gear up for the next debate, their campaign teams are busy clashing over how the event should be handled. One America’s Jeff Dwyer has that report.
The Democrat establishment was quick to say the presidential race is over after Joe Biden’s big Super Tuesday win. However, one veteran columnist has said this may now become a drawn out battle between the former vice president and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.). One America’s Richard Pollock explains from Washington.
In recent months, the president’s 2020 campaign indicated that a surprising 20 percent of rally attendees identify as Democrats. The Democrat Party is changing, leaving behind many whose views no longer align with the extreme-left and socialist movement. One America’s Jenn Pellegrino has more with a former Democrat-turned-Trump supporter, whose campaign is blazing a path for those who have had enough.
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 3:02 PM PT — Thursday, February 27, 2020 A whopping 70 percent of millennials have said they would vote for a socialist,…