WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The large historical field of Democratic presidential candidates vying to take on Republican president Donald Trump in the subsequent U.S. November election a little less than on Sunday the former Pennsylvania Congressman Joe Sestak said he would drop out.
PHOTO FILE: Mayor of South Bend Pete Buttigieg, Senator Bernie Sanders, former vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren and Senator Kamala Harris laid out before the start at the US Presidential debate 2020 democracy in Houston, Texas, USA Sep. 12, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Blake/image file
TOP Democrats contendersfour candidates have separated themselves thus far from the field among the Democratic voters.
JOE BIDENBiden, head of the Democratic poll of the Democrats, in April 4, launches his bids by swiping atTrump. Biden, 77, served eight years as President Barack Obama’svice president
And 36 years in the United States Senate. He stood at the thecenter of the Democratic debate about whether the party’ Sstandard-The bearing must be a veteran politician or a novice, and whether a liberal or moderate has a better chance ofdefeating Trump. Biden, who regularly notes his “Middle-Classjoe” Alias, touts his work-class roots and the ability to workin a two-party fashion. Some Democratic brethren have criticized his role in going through tough-on-law crimes in the1990s. Trump’s request that Ukraine president
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