Obama Feels Bernie Sanders Might Be Unfit to Beat Trump

Obama Feels Bernie Sanders Might Be Unfit to Beat Trump

I grew up at a, you know, a working class town. "I think some have shown in the polling that they can have a base with one or two of them, but not the whole coalition".

He added: "If one of these elements fails, it will be very hard for a Democrat to win".

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), a juror in President Trump's impeachment trial, is offering free legal advice to his counsel, if they want to accept it. Bet that divisions between core democratic elections will help him win a second term.

Democrats hope that shifts in the electorate, particularly among educated voters and women, could broaden the path to the presidency for the Democratic nominee.

A former Sunday school teacher who has readily discussed her Methodist faith's influence on her values, Warren is not alone among Democratic presidential hopefuls in making a direct appeal to devout voters.

"Secretary Clinton is irrelevant in these elections, and I think this recent rise is proof of that", says Andru Volinksy, a Democratic candidate for the New Hampshire governor who has endorsed Sanders.

Candidates are aware of their shortcomings, but there are no easy answers.

Warren's campaign is out to build "a critical mass of support in more than enough states to foreclose any path to an Electoral College victory for Donald Trump", the memo said. "I think it will be patient, coalition building". "I had a lot more experience than he did, and got a lot more done than he had, but that was his attack on me".

"I think it sent a little more people to their corners", Chrenien said. Polls show that he is now in second place in a tight race in Iowa, has a slim lead in New Hampshire, and is running a strong second to Biden nationally.

In a fundraising memo to supporters, campaign manager Roger Lau highlighted the Warren team's "robust staff footprint" in the early voting states of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada, while noting in a graphic that the states' combined 155 delegates represented just 3.9 percent of the total. "Bernie can bring the different pieces together".

Campaigns and independent operatives believe a winning coalition in 2020 will bear some differences from Obama's coalition more than a decade ago. Bash asked Warren if that was concerning to her politically, since Biden's main pitch to voters on the campaign trail is that he is the best candidate to beat Trump in November.

"We're now looking for a new constituency", said Katie Drapcho, director of research and polls for the United States' pro-democratic super PAC priorities.

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