"It could be Bernie [Sanders], and it could be [Joe] Biden", Trump said - weighing in on who he believes might ultimately emerge from the pack. But as he waited for Sanders to speak at a recent rally in Pittsburgh, Price was weighing which candidate might be best positioned to defeat President Donald Trump. "And the reason for that, is that in Wisconsin and all over this country, there are a lot of people who are hurting". "I think today you look at it and say that Bernie Sanders is unlikely going to be able to stand up to the constant barrage that is Donald Trump on economic issues".
Despite all the creepy connotations of the tweet, Sanders, for one, isn't the least bit afraid.
For many on the left, particularly those in the organizing trenches, Sanders' view is a recognizable one. But only six - U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders; U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren; former U.S. Representative Beto O'Rourke; Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana; U.S. Representative Tulsi Gabbard; and Andrew Yang, a former tech executive - are relying chiefly on those small-dollar donors.
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City's need for a goal on Wednesday could also see them push forward and risk being exposed by Son and Moura's pace. He saw a specialist on Thursday and is more likely to return for next week's second leg against Manchester City .
"From canapé-filled fundraisers on the coasts to the cloakrooms of Washington, mainstream Democrats are increasingly anxious that their effort to defeat President Trump in 2020 could be complicated by Mr. Sanders", the Times reported. But it turned out to be the most-watched town hall of the campaign season so far. "If you're in Green Bay, Wisconsin, if you're in Kalamazoo, Michigan, if you're in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, you know what NAFTA did to your community, you know what these tax bills have done to your community". If Sanders were paying taxes under his own plan, he would be shelling out an additional $36,819.11 to the government, and have a tax liability of 32.7 percent of his income. Using the information provided in Sanders's 2018 tax return, these calculators indicate major benefits to his bottom line from the TCJA.
Sanders' combative performance at the town hall in Bethlehem, where he was confronted with a mix of standard-issue campaign questions and Trump talking points, will hearten his loyalists.
Then-candidate Hillary Clinton also spoke to O'Reilly during her 2008 presidential campaign. "I think they'll be more dedicated to getting him in this time".
In the 2020 contest, he said, "the first hurdle isn't necessarily raising the most money, but reaching the donors you need to qualify for the debate".