Joe Biden Done with Bernie Sanders: ‘We’ve Had Enough Debates’

Grant Boone
March 26, 2020

"My focus is just dealing with this crisis right now, I haven't thought about any more debates", Biden said.

Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden misrepresented the approval rating for the president during a live video stream and was instantly fact-checked by a reporter. "I think we should get on with this", Biden told reporters Wednesday.

"Well I hope that he's so strong that he's up way above that, because we need the help now", Biden responded.

Why it matters: Sanders' path to the nomination narrowed significantly after Biden built up his delegate lead in most of the states that voted Tuesday - including the key prize of MI, where Sanders' surprise win over Hillary Clinton in 2016 gave him a needed boost of momentum.

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During a virtual news conference on Wednesday, Biden was asked about a recent comment from Sanders' campaign that he would participate in an April primary debate should one be held. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), but many of his supporters are anxious that his lack of public appearances over the coronavirus pandemic might hurt his campaign. Democratic National Committee debate organizer Xochitl Hinojosa told AP, "We are taking things day by day".

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During his press conference, Biden was critical of Trump's suggestion that social distancing guidelines should be eased soon and that he would like to see the country "opened up" by Easter. Not the science of Wall Street. While several states have postponed their primaries as a precaution to prevent the spread of the virus, the former vice president remains ahead of Sen.

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