Now that Joe Biden’s the only candidate left, the big names are endorsing him.
After losing to this establishment politician, Bernie Sanders was forced to back him.
From Fox News:
Saying “we need you in the White House,” Sen. Bernie Sanders endorsed Joe Biden for president on Monday, less than a week after suspending his own campaign for the Democratic Party nomination.
Lol, Sanders—a man who as recently as March railed against Joe—said: “we need [Biden] in the White House.”
I wonder if his diehard supporters feel the same way?
But only after nobody was left, did Joe’s old boss weigh in on his campaign.
Former President Barack Obama offered his formal endorsement of Joe Biden on Tuesday, injecting himself squarely in the presidential race for the first time by urging Democrats across the party’s ideological spectrum to rally behind Biden and form a unified front to defeat President Donald Trump and win back the White House.
Despite refusing to endorse him for over a year, Obama finally is urging Democrats to “rally” behind Joe Biden.
You’d think that would clinch it for Joe, right? Not quite. With many primaries pushed back, Joe doesn’t yet have all the delegates he needs.
Which means, last-minute entries into the race could steal it from him. A top operative is even expecting Gov. Cuomo to shake up the election.
From Western Journal:
Political consultant Dick Morris, a former adviser to President Bill Clinton, says New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo should not be written off as a possible Democratic presidential candidate.
A former Clinton aide said that Cuomo might be planning a last-minute bid for the White House.
Since the pandemic, Cuomo has been praised by the liberal media for his leadership. He looks much more competent right now than Biden.
Joe admitted his people were keeping him in the basement!
But that’s not all. There is yet another dark horse who might spoil Biden’s chances for good.
From The Hill:
Mark Cuban, owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, on Sunday said he’s not ruling out a potential 2020 White House bid as the deadline to run as an independent candidate draws closer.
That’s right. Yet another businessman turned reality TV star is considering a presidential run. Cuban is a frequent Trump critic.
According to sources, he’s “keeping the door open” to a presidential run. That would be a longshot, sure.
But it’s telling that even with Sanders dropping out, Biden doesn’t have the nomination secured.
And he won’t have it secured until he wins all the delegates. Remember, just because Sanders is gone doesn’t mean Biden has it clinched.
The rules haven’t changed. He needs 1,991 delegates to secure the nomination. That means that until the primaries run their course, he’s not the nominee.
Honestly, anything can happen before the summer.
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