After celebrating his win in New Hampshire, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and the Democratic field are turning their attention to Nevada and South Carolina.
On Tuesday, Sanders edged out former South Bend Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg in the New Hampshire primary. And there was more disappointment for former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden who finished in fifth place. We begin with this report from CGTN’s Jim Spellman.
To discuss all of this:
- Nomiki Konst is a democratic strategist and the host of the podcast, The Nomiki Show.
- Spencer Critchley is a democratic strategist and the managing partner of Boots Road Group.
- Sery Kim is a Republican Strategist and former Senior Adviser in the Trump administration.
- Andrew Smith is the Director of the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.
Bernie Sanders did a few things in his #NHprimary2020 victory speech: He thanked his volunteer army, pivoted to a focus on Trump, and immediately said that no matter who the nominee is Democrats must be unite to defeat Trump.https://t.co/M3KOxgt5H0
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