As Bernie Sanders's decisive primary defeats put him almost hopelessly behind in the race for the Democratic nomination, he began facing growing calls to withdraw unite the party and focus its energy on defeating US President Donald Trump.
Bernie Sanders' US presidential campaign on Wednesday swiftly denied a report that he was abandoning his White House bid after bruising losses to Joe Biden in the most recent round of Democratic Party nominating contests.
The question posed by CNN's Jake Tapper to the Democratic presidential contenders in an audience-free studio in Washington spoke to a moment of global crisis: What is the most important thing you would do to save American lives if you were president now?
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders blasted President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus outbreak during Sunday's Democratic debate, and offered competing visions for how they would lead in a time of crisis that has upended the daily lives of Americans.
US Presidential candidate Joe Biden has scored decisive primary victories in four states on Tuesday, taking a big step toward the Democratic Party's presidential nomination and casting doubt on the future of rival Bernie Sanders' fading White House bid.
With fears spreading about the coronavirus, voters in Michigan's vital Democratic presidential nominating contest yesterday said they trusted Joe Biden more than rival Bernie Sanders to handle a major crisis, according to exit polls.
Kamala Harris endorsed Joe Biden yesterday, saying she would "do everything in my power'' to help elect him, becoming the latest dropout from the Democratic race for president to line up behind the former vice-president in his battle with Bernie Sanders.
Joe Biden is now the frontrunner to take the US Democratic Party's nomination to run against Donald Trump later this year. And he's a strong contender for the White House. But he must be ready to counter the voter suppression tactics that derailed the party in 2016.
Elizabeth Warren ended her presidential campaign on Thursday, bowing to the reality that the race for the Democratic nomination has become a two-way battle between former Vice President Joe Biden and U.S Senator Bernie Sanders.
Joe Biden powered to a dominating sweep of the US south and surprisingly strong showings in New England and the upper midwest, as he sought to seize control of the Democratic presidential race and overtake Senator Bernie Sanders as the delegate leader.
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