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Only 7% in but Vermont is closer than Virginia so far.
6:15 PM · Mar 3, 2020·Twitter Web App
originally posted by: Ahabstar
a reply to: carewemust
If you was the media which would you rather report on: goofy Joe mixing up words or commie Bernie taking out whole states to hold on to control? I mean “if it bleeds it leads” only goes so far.
I Am Not Planning To Endorse,” Hillary Clinton Tells NPR Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential candidate in the 2016 race, told NPR on Tuesday that she will not publicly endorse anyone in her party’s race in 2020. “I am not planning to endorse,” Clinton, the former secretary of state, said in an interview. “I am going to say the same thing I’ve been saying from the beginning of this vigorous primary contest: I hope the voters will pick the person that is most able to beat Donald Trump in the electoral college. At the end of the day, that is all that matters.”
so like expected trump cruised to easy victories
Trump Breezes Through Primaries So Far, As Expected Facing limited competition, President Trump is stacking up wins on Super Tuesday. So far, Trump can claim victory in Texas, Vermont, North Carolina, Alabama, Massachusetts, Tennessee and Arkansas. That’s not surprising. The only significant challenger to Trump is former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld, who has not been able to gain much support for his long-shot campaign against the incumbent president. The Trump campaign has said it views these primaries as a trial run for its efforts to get Republican voters energized and ready to get out to the polls in November. Trump also has worked to keep his Democratic opponents from getting all of the attention in these primary states by holding a series of campaign rallies, most recently in North Carolina on Monday.
originally posted by: shooterbrody
Mayor soda pop is taking a bath.