In a taping of Comedy Central's “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore” in April 2016, Sanders, I-Vt., made the dismissive comment as he alleged the nominating process was "rigged" -- after Hillary Clinton overwhelmingly defeated him in most southern primary contests. … [Read more...] about Sanders once complained about early southern primaries, said calendar ‘distorts reality’
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Although Romney’s path to the nomination was harder than Kerry’s because of the newly organized Tea Party, the shape of the race was defined by these activists’ ardent desire to oust Obama from the Oval Office. In 2011 and the first part of 2012, they tried on a variety of candidates from businessman Herman CainHerman CainOn The Money: Trump adviser presses House to make Bezos testify | Kudlow says tax-cut proposal coming this fall | NY Fed says Boeing woes could hurt GDP | Delta aims to be first carbon neutral airline The Hill's Morning Report — AG Barr, GOP senators try to rein Trump in Republicans expect Trump to withdraw controversial Fed nominee MORE and former House Speaker Newt GingrichNewton (Newt) Leroy GingrichMORE (R-Ga.) to former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.). But Romney, like Kerry, had held steady in the top tier and, after he won Florida in late January and secured most of the available delegates in February and March, his opponents dropped out and … [Read more...] about Democrats need a ‘celebrity’ candidate — and it’s not Biden or Sanders
That was the Republican Party in 2016. And, to the dismay of establishment Democrats, the same thing’s going on in the Democratic Party today. Democrats may be missing the boat with Sanders in 2020 the same way Republicans missed the boat with Trump in 2016. So far at least, for most Democratic primary voters, no matter how many professional Democrats say they won’t work, promising “Medicare for All” and free college education is no more impossible than building a concrete wall along the entire Southern border that Mexico will pay for. … [Read more...] about Press: Bernie and Trump: Déjà vu all over again?