House impeachment manager from Texas endorses Joe Biden

House impeachment manager from Texas endorses Joe Biden

House impeachment manager from Texas endorses Joe Biden

During her interview, Klobuchar couldn't say anything about the Lopez Obrador himself, nor could she identify his administration's policies except "that they are our neighbors and regardless of who the leader is, it is someone that I will work with". When asked which candidate had the best chance of defeating President Donald Trump in November, Sanders led with 34 percent, followed by Biden and Bloomberg. We've got it all covered.

Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden hit out at White House rival Bernie Sanders' past vote to exempt gun manufacturers from liability for shootings, in a Las Vegas speech close to the scene of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

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"Amy Klobuchar was selected as the fifth candidate".

"Everyone on this stage except Amy and me is either a billionaire or is receiving help from PACs that can do unlimited spending", Warren said.

"I think I once took a vote on English as the official language, that I wouldn't take that vote again", Klobuchar said.

The Klobuchar campaign, though, told Fox News that she does oppose the wall at the southern border.

'Joe's made mistakes like all of us. The Democratic nominee will need 1,990 delegates to win the party's nomination at the convention this summer.

"The question for us, Democrats, is whether it will be a long, bitter rehash of the same old divides in our party, or whether we can find another way".

Meanwhile the governor said he had a "very fine relationship" with Mike Bloomberg when he was New York City mayor and noted that his rising presidential campaign shows that "money is still very important" in political campaigns. I'm as candid with them as I can be.

"Biden has lost support, especially among African Americans, which now opens the door for Bloomberg, maybe Buttigieg or even Klobuchar to win over the moderate voter and become the alternative to Sanders going into Super Tuesday".

Masket, who was in both Iowa and New Hampshire during their respective votes, reflected on the outcomes saying, "The contest so far is incredibly fluid". No other candidate registered in the double digits for Hispanic support. But more recent surveys since Iowa and New Hampshire indicate some erosion in his support, and Sanders has made a serious effort in the Hispanic community, especially among younger voters.

Reid said he thinks it's possible but unlikely Democrats will have a brokered national convention in July, with no candidate securing the required delegate majority in advance.

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The former senator said candidates should not be forced out of the race and cited Minnesota Sen. And Bloomberg, more than anyone, has predicated his campaign on a potential Biden collapse. He said the Bloomberg campaign is interested in buying whatever TV advertising time other candidates abandon.

In a statement to the Clarion, Dr. Seth Masket-political science professor and the director for DU's Center on American Politics-discussed Biden's performance in Iowa and New Hampshire.

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