Bernie Sanders Announced Suspension Of His Presidential Campaign
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Senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders, announced on Wednesday, April 8, 2020, that he is suspending his presidential campaign and he thanked those who contributed to an “ideological” victory, in the video “Bernie Sanders Announces The Suspension Of His Presidential Campaign, MSNBC“
With Bernie Sanders stepping away from the presidential campaign, the one-on-one between Trump and Biden has now begun. James Carville and Michael Steele react, in the video “Democrats Move To Unite Behind Biden To Beat Trump As Sanders Steps Aside, The 11th Hour, MSNBC“, below:
Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., holds a virtual news conference where he makes remarks after suspending his 2020 presidential campaign, in the video “Bernie Sanders Speaks After Suspending Presidential Campaign, NBC News“, below:
Sen. Bernie Sanders ended his presidential campaign on Wednesday, clearing Joe Biden’s path to the Democratic nomination and a showdown with President Donald Trump in November, in the video “Bernie Sanders drops out of 2020 presidential race“, below:
President Trump responded to Sen. Bernie Sanders dropping out of the presidential election, adding commentary to his strategy to stay on the ballot to collect delegates. The president also made allusions to why former President Obama has not publicly endorsed former Vice President Biden, in the video “Trump Responds To Sanders Dropping Out, Shades Obama For Not Supporting Biden, NBC News NOW“, below:
In his first interview since suspending his campaign for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont shares his thoughts on Joe Biden’s path forward in this exclusive conversation with Stephen Colbert, in the video “Sen. Sanders: To Defeat Trump, Joe Biden Has To Bring New People Into His Political World“, below:
Speaking about the current challenges faced by the healthcare system in the United States, Senator Sanders thinks guaranteeing healthcare to all Americans would better prepare the country against future pandemics, in the video “Sen. Sanders: You Are Entitled To Live In A Country With A Strong Public Health System“, below:
The Democratic primary has effectively come to a close with the departure of Senator Bernie Sanders, who addressed members of his grassroots movement on Wednesday and urged them not to give up the fight for economic justice, in the video “Sen. Bernie Sanders, Bowing Out Of The Race, Gently Breaks The News To Supporters“, below:
To understand Bernie’s future, look at what he’s already done, in the video “The case for Bernie Sanders“, below:
Bernie Sanders seemed to come out of nowhere in 2015 when he announced that he would challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination, but he was soon drawing huge crowds nationwide. Although his campaign would ultimately fall short, his message of economic justice won him many supporters and changed the political conversation. In fact, it was the same message Sanders had been running on for decades. The self-described democratic socialist made national headlines in 1981 when he was elected mayor of Burlington, Vt., but he developed a reputation as a political pragmatist. As a congressman, and later as a senator, Sanders spent much of his career in Washington in the political wilderness, a champion of progressive causes in an era in which Democrats were moving to the center. In his second run for the Democratic nomination, Sanders is no longer alone on the left wing of the party, and critics wonder whether he has the ability to broaden his message and expand his base, in the video “The political journey of Bernie Sanders“, below:
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