Bernie Sanders on Wednesday suspended an anti-establishment presidential campaign that changed the course of Democratic politics and energized large groups of new voters, but fell short of amassing a broad enough coalition to capture the nomination.
A day after President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden had a “warm” phone call about the coronavirus crisis, the likely Democratic nominee on Tuesday blasted the president’s handling of the pandemic.
President Donald Trump claimed he had a “warm” and “wonderful” conversation with Joe Biden on Monday about the coronavirus outbreak, striking an uncharacteristically cordial tone about his Democratic nemesis.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders is pushing for delaying the Wisconsin primary that is scheduled for next Tuesday.
Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden said Friday he would urge governors nationwide to close down all non-essential activities in hopes of slowing the spread of the coronavirus.
Joe Biden rejected any idea of an April debate with Bernie Sanders, signaling that he views the Democratic nominating contest as essentially over.
The State Board of Elections is recommending that there be no in-person voting for the June 2 primary due to the new coronavirus pandemic, pushing citizens to mail-in or drop-off ballots that would be sent to every one of Maryland’s more than 4 million voters.
Joe Biden’s campaign rushed to build a sophisticated television studio in his home to better communicate to the American people how he believes a president should deal with the coronavirus epidemic.
“Donald Trump has failed the American people,” Biden wrote on Twitter.
Joe Biden, who thumped Bernie Sanders in Tuesday’s Democratic presidential primary, would face a greater challenge in Florida against President Donald Trump and a campaign that has never ceased since 2016.
Michael Bloomberg put a record $935 million into his short-lived Democratic presidential campaign through February, including $474 million last month alone.
Bernie Sanders suspended all of his Facebook campaign ads Wednesday on the heels of another stinging primary setback, sparking rumors that he’s about to drop out of the race.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has won Washington’s presidential primary, further cementing his status as the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination.
After 10 debates and more than two dozen candidates fell by the wayside, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders finally met for a one-on-one showdown in the 2020 Democratic presidential race.