Arizona GOP congressman says Biden poses biggest threat to Trump in 2020
- Author: Leroy Wright Апр 26, 2019,
Апр 26, 2019, 5:05
Earlier Thursday, during a campaign event in Fort Worth, Texas, Sanders' campaign co-chair Nina Turner, a black former state lawmaker in OH, vehemently pushed back against his reception in Houston. "I just don't feel like Biden is our answer". Democratic political operative Symone Sanders joined Biden's campaign as a senior advisor despite her previous comments about the Democrats not "needing white people leading" the party. He said that is why he is running for president. The Democratic nominee has to be someone who can stand up to Trump and ultimately beat him. For his part, Biden has maintained strong ties to the African American community over the decades. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), and Gov. Jay Inslee (D-Wash.), among others. Kamala Harris, another 2020 contender, laughed on Tuesday as she campaigned in New Hampshire.
But when Sanders began again after some prodding from Allison, his mention of attending Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1963 March on Washington was met with some frustrated booing, which Sanders carried on through as he noted his support, in 1988, for the Rev. Jesse Jackson's presidential campaign.
On Thursday morning, hours after Biden officially entered the race, Morning Consult released data from a poll they completed last week that shows he is officially the front-runner in the 2020 election - ahead of ALL other Democrats, and sitting on an eight-point lead over Trump himself. "I will be satisfied when I know there is real change and real accountability and real goal". Biden's name-recognition is off the charts, something only Sen. "Who is his announcing going to surprise?" "It choked me up literally", Sonny Hostin added.
Biden, an old-school politico who acknowledges he is quick to offer hugs and shoulder rubs as he forges connections with voters, has not outright apologized for his behavior, but he pledged earlier this month to be "more mindful" about society's changing boundaries.
Biden brings substantive experience from Capitol Hill, where he served for 36 years in the Senate representing tiny Delaware.
His role in the hearing has come under fresh scrutiny in light of the #MeToo movement and the 2018 supreme court hearing of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who denied accusations of sexually assaulting a woman when he was a teenager.
Biden, who represented DE in the Senate for more than 30 years, also collected endorsements from the state's entire congressional delegation: Sens.
"She understands how to build a coalition, and that women of color are the backbone of the Democratic Party", said Democratic strategist and former Democratic National Committee Chair Donna Brazile, who also referred to Sanders as "battle-tested".
But Cherisse Scott, 44, of Memphis, said the issue is "bigger than Anita Hill". So, it's possible that this is a race where you would see the Democrats trying to run more competitively or hope that with Joe Biden they can run more competitively in the Mid-Western states such as Wisconsin, Michigan, and Ohio.
Joe Biden has told his former boss not to endorse him. "So one of the things that really worries me is that it looks like Biden still doesn't get it". "But I wouldn't vote for him for president".
Sen. Barack Obama listens as his running mate Sen. "She has a plan". Coons in a statement says that Biden "doesn't just talk about making our country more just, he delivers results". Isn't that what progressives want to see even less of?