On Tuesday, a rampant Joe Biden successfully secured early wins over Bernie Sanders in the race to win Democratic presidential nomination to challenge President Donald Trump. The leftist rival Bernie Sanders has always described himself as a democratic socialist who is eager to reshape America’s economy. The nomination contests were held across 14 states.
The victory has confirmed Joe Biden’s strength in the South and has extended his reach into the Upper Midwest while Sanders could bag only a few wins and leads in California Democratic presidential primary. The former vice president of Barack Obama made a remarkable comeback once again. Cheering his fans in Los Angeles, Biden says, “It’s a good night, and it seems to be getting even better! They don’t call it Super Tuesday for nothing,”
“Make no mistake about it, this campaign will send Donald Trump packing,” he continued.
The 78-year-old Sanders was projected to win his home state of Vermont, Colorado, Utah, with exit polls, also pointing to a win his home state of all, California. On the other side, Biden was fielded to win Virginia, North California, Oklahoma, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, and even Minnesota.
However, Sanders celebrated his win by attacking Trump and calling him “the most dangerous president in the history of this country.” He also criticized the 77-year-old Biden for having voted in favor of the invasion of Iraq and painted him as tarnished by billionaire contributors.
“You cannot beat Trump with the same-old, same-old kind of politics,” Sanders stated. Biden saw the results as proof that his bid to bring American politics back to the center, after four years of Trump’s right wing populism, is on a roll.
“We are very much alive,” he told a crowd in Los Angeles. “Make no mistake about it, this campaign will send Donald Trump packing.”
US President Donald Trump watched the results on television and tweeted replying insults about the Democrats. He ridiculed Senator Elizabeth Warren for losing her home state of Massachusetts. Trump, who watched the results on television, hit back to customary insults about the Democrats, deriding Warren on Twitter for losing her home state of Massachusetts. Biden answered on Twitter, saying: “Come November, we are going to beat you.”