A long, drawn-out Democratic contest would have suited the president better. He could watch his opponents bleed to death and then go for the kill on fight night in November.
In the post-truth era today, people trust neither ideas nor parties. So, that leaves only the idea-men and the idea-women, which is not really good news.
[M]oscow has now been formally accused of helping both Trump and Sanders ... it doesn’t matter who wins the presidential election, it’s all the same.
People are not merely economic beings. Sanders understands this very well ... This seems to me to be a model worth emulating.
Biden has nursed presidential ambitions for 33 years, and thumping wins in nine of 14 states, including Texas, after being almost down and out just four days ago, should make him fancy his chances.
The Donald Trump lesson sounded an alarm that centrist Democrats do not want to see repeated with Bernie Sanders.
Herein lies the appeal of the cantankerous Sen. Sanders: Voters have faith in his movement precisely because of his unrelenting and uncompromising positions.
[N]o one doubts the power and durability of Sanders’ campaign anymore.
If Democrats want to pose a real threat to Trump in November, backing a candidate other than Sanders is not the best way to go about it.