On Monday night, Colbert introduced a segment with a clip of Biden telling the first rally of his 2020 campaign in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, earlier that day that Donald Trump was the only USA president in history "who has decided not to represent the whole country". Elizabeth Warren of MA, who received top support from 8 percent of Democrats surveyed. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), a longtime critic of the Saudi intervention in Yemen and of US military support for that operation.
"I helped lead the fight against [the North American Free Trade Agreement], he voted for NAFTA", Sanders said, referring to Biden.
"And look, obviously all politicians misspeak sometimes, but because Trump has started a narrative that Biden is old and losing his wits, Biden can't afford any slip-ups", Noah said.
"Now, is this the same Joe Biden who was driven out of the race for the presidency years ago amid charges of plagiarism?" "But the members love Trump".
"Vice President Biden believes it is past time to end USA support for the war in Yemen and cancel the blank check the Trump administration has given Saudi Arabia for its conduct of that war", Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates told me.
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Twenty-three minutes later, after another tweet about "Sleepy Joe Biden" rallying in Pittsburgh, Trump added: "The Dues Sucking firefighters leadership will always support Democrats, even though the membership wants me".
"The president has a motto: 'Make America Great Again.' Do you have one?" Then breaking out his Trump impression, Colbert cracked, "Let me get this straight, I can eat one marshmallow now, or if I wait, I get two? -.2020.democrats.pdf">a new CNN poll released Tuesday found. The first debate among Democratic candidates, when many voters may hear from all the candidates for the first time, will be in June.
Biden, who represented DE in the Senate for more than 30 years, also collected endorsements from the state's entire congressional delegation: Sens. Biden's strong polls numbers suggest that while the progressive wing might be more active, it may not be the majority of the Democratic rank-and-file. Both Sanders and Warren are from states close to New Hampshire (Vermont and Massachusetts) and are perceived as having an advantage there.
Trump's tweets also marked the latest instance of the President rejecting the advice he has gotten in recent weeks: to avoid taking any top Democratic candidate on one-on-one at the risk of boosting their chances of securing the Democratic nomination.