It’s beginning to heat up. A diverse field of nearly two dozen Democrats are off and running for the right to challenge a Republican president mired in investigations, a trade war with China and an approval rating hovering in the mid-40’s.
With the first democratic debate set for next month, this should be a dramatic year in U.S. politics.
CGTN’s Nathan King has this report.
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- Joe Madison is a longtime civil rights activist and the host of a program on Sirius XM’s Urban View Channel.
- Julio Ricardo Varela is the digital media director at Futuro Media Group and the founder of LatinoRebels.com.
- Amy Holmes is a political commentator and columnist for the Swiss weekly “Die Weltwoche”.
- Frank Sesno is the director of George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs.
Joe Biden told associates that he saw himself as the candidate best equipped to defeat President Trump. He's seen by many Democrats as capable of restoring the consensus-seeking liberalism of the Obama administration. https://t.co/U9tQ3UCnQn
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The fact that there's so many Democrats running for president right now tells @tamarakeithNPR "there's no single candidate that is scaring everyone else out of the field," she tells @LisaDNews. pic.twitter.com/g7gisWs74r
— PBS NewsHour (@NewsHour) May 6, 2019