Joe Biden won big in Tuesday’s primaries, but Bernie Sanders announced he’s still in the race and looking forward to Sunday’s debate in Arizona. Both men are vying for the Democratic nomination to take on US President Donald Trump in November. Biden won the U.S. states of Missouri, Mississippi, Idaho and the grand prize of Michigan on Tuesday night.
Bernie Sanders is projected to win the North Dakota caucuses and Washington State has yet to be called. Biden now leads with 863-delegates, over Sanders with 710-delegates. The candidate needs 1,991 delegates to win the party’s nomination. CGTN’s White House Correspondent Nathan covered the primaries from Michigan and brings us this report.
To discuss all of this:
- Christopher Hahn is the host of the Aggressive Progressive syndicated radio show.
- Rina Shah is a Republican strategist and the Founder and Principal of Rilax Strategies.
- Alaina Beverly worked in the Obama administration as the Associate Director in the Office of Urban Affairs.
- Porter Hughes is the co-founder and executive board member of “Students for Bernie” at the University of Michigan.
Exit poll after exit poll has shown Bernie Sanders winning young voters by a large margin — but youth turnout has been either flat or down in many states.https://t.co/dt9BQaWgAs
— NPR (@NPR) March 11, 2020
Joe Biden has picked up another key endorsement in his race for the White House, this time from Senator Cory Booker, a prominent African American leader and former rival for the Democratic nomination https://t.co/fScAW8vZD8
— AFP news agency (@AFP) March 9, 2020
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) March 11, 2020