An influential black radio show host beat down the candidacy of Joe Biden just ahead of the SC primary, where he is going to need the black vote to win. "I intend to win in SC, and I will win the African American vote here in SC".
Clyburn pointed to the past presidential bid of Democratic nominee and liberal George McGovern in 1972 in which there was a lot of "excitement" but ultimately McGovern ended up only winning one state - MA - and the District of Columbia in the general election.
"I definitely like the student loans paid off", she said.
"Joe has not had success in his other presidential races, and this time he's not been able to cut through and show the contrast between him and (U.S. Sen.) Bernie (Sanders) or him and anybody else", Brown said.
Weak Virginia results could reinforce fears that Sanders will struggle to win over legions of centrists he'd likely need against Trump. "I think that has to be a real conversation within the campaigns".
With more Democratic delegates - who ultimately pick the nominee - than any other state, "the fact that it's on Super Tuesday makes it the big catch of all of the early states", said Grose. He is expected to finish second in Saturday's SC primary.
"At the Las Vegas debate ... you declined to really challenge Senator Sanders".
Windies slip to series defeat
Ambris, who was dropped by Sandakan on seven off paceman Nuwan Pradeep, was the first to depart after being run out for 17. Among the West Indies bowlers, Sheldon Cottrell (4/67) took four wickets, and Alzarri Joseph (3/57) scalped three wickets.
Biden, U.S. Senator Sanders and former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg joined the chorus of prominent Democrats criticizing the administration response to the virus, whose rapid spread reached six new countries and sent global stock markets tumbling again on Friday.
Biden could have been referring to Supreme Court nominations, which go to the U.S. Senate for confirmation. Sen.
For HBCU students like Ayana Braxton - who isn't closely following the election - said that Sanders' investment in college students is something that has drawn her to vote for him. Otherwise, none of the candidates are projecting to get many delegates from California.
As it stands, Buttigieg has 13 delegates and Sanders has 12.
This case also might be the ideal result for Republicans: While playing with Sanders is a risky game at the national level, this result keeps Michael Bloomberg and maybe others in the fray.
Bloomberg campaign manager Kevin Sheekey said in an MSNBC interview on Thursday that the SC primary, slated for Saturday at which the media mogul's name won't be on the ballot, "is not going to matter", adding that the "Super Tuesday" next week "is going to be really definitional for this race", reports Xinhua news agency.
Biden, the former No. 2 to Barack Obama, the first black US president, planned to visit three SC communities on Friday, days after receiving an endorsement from James Clyburn, an influential African-American congressman from the state. Sometimes, as with Dennis Kucinich in 2004, it was a function of the candidate declining to drop out after obviously coming up short.
About a third of the delegates needed to secure the Democratic nomination will be on the table.