Will Warren Take the Lead?
With Biden fighting to stay on the right side of Trump’s Ukraine scandal and Bernie Sanders recovering from a heart attack, Warren’s path to the candidacy seems more likely than ever. Is she the Democrats’ new front-runner?
Biden’s media whisperers are smart to get a strategic narrative out there to counter the evidence that he’s losing ground to Warren. But he also needs to ensure he doesn’t get embarrassed in Iowa and New Hampshire. However much you spin, the real world still turns according to its own impervious rhythms.
…the thought experiment that imagines Bernie Sanders as an ineffectual President has already granted him an achievement that eluded his predecessor: winning the Presidential election. While media pundits and political operatives want to downplay this possibility, his adversaries, including the wealthiest Americans and the leaders of the Republican party, are preparing themselves for the worst.
Although the 2020 US presidential candidate has been campaigning relentlessly and making steady gains in the polls over the past few months, her current success may be thanks in part to the troubles of others, not just her tireless efforts to win over American voters.
It’s been a difficult couple of weeks for some of Warren’s fellow 2020 presidential contenders, most notably the current commander in chief, Donald Trump.