In a healthy Democratic Party, Joe Biden’s primary opponents would have cared about his family’s documented habit of trading on their powerful last name.
Biden and Sanders created six “unity task forces” that will offer their policy recommendations and several members have bashed the Obama administration.
Amid the coronavirus shutdown, Biden has been reduced to being a podcaster in his basement. You almost feel sorry for the guy. Almost.
I don’t claim the expertise to assess to what degree Biden’s ‘gaffes’ are a concern, but they’re numerous. With all the speculation about cognitive impairment, there’s a way to find out so we can drop the subject.
Would last night’s democratic debate feel any different if the candidates’ suits were replaced with cardigans and their podiums traded in for recliners?
“First of all, my heart goes out to those…” replied Joe Biden, stopping mid-sentence to cough into his hand after the first question of the debate.
There’s a reason Bernie Sanders spent almost all of his speech on Wednesday posing pointed questions for Joe Biden.
On some level Sanders was always more interested in being an influencer than a president. He was never willing to do what it takes to win a Democratic Primary.
Biden’s tense and bizarre exchange with a Detroit auto plant worker during a campaign stop yesterday went viral, and the media responses to it were telling.
The Super Tuesday narrative is that Biden was vindicated and he’s stronger than ever, but the primary map and the upcoming states suggest otherwise.
The Associated Press called Utah in favor of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., during the Democratic primary night dubbed “Super Tuesday.”
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg would like you to know that he speaks Spanish and that he is very relatable to the Hispanic people of ‘Tejas.’
Thousands of Super Tuesday votes just became essential meaningless because of early voting, the practice should end.
If politics is downstream of culture, it’s well worth examining the media we’re marinating in as ballots are cast on Super Tuesday.
Speaking about the primary to reporters moments later, President Trump added, ‘It’s rigged against Bernie, there is no question about it.’
News of Pete Buttigieg’s surprising departure broke Sunday night, less than two days before voters head to the polls on Super Tuesday.
The great thing about America is that Americans often tell The New York Times exactly where they can stick it. Elizabeth Warren just learned that lesson.
By all accounts, Biden will get his first primary victory in South Carolina. But It’s almost certainly too little, too late. The party’s moved on.
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