To see just how utterly divided the Democratic Party really is, look no further than Joe Biden’s vice presidential choice. A dialogue among our readers.
Joe Biden can only hope that Sanders voters will opt differently in 2020 than they did in 2016 — when Hillary Clinton headed up the Democratic ticket.
Has the coronavirus crisis really severely damaged, if not doomed, Trump’s chances of being re-elected? What the Democrats must do to win.
Could Michelle Obama be persuaded to accept the role? If anyone can change her mind, a bended-knee visit by Joe Biden should do the trick.
How the coronavirus and the astounding unpreparedness of the United States may change the momentum of the Democratic primaries and the essence of U.S. health insurance.
Instead of a Sanders blowout giving him a near-insurmountable delegate lead and a lock on the nomination, he will now be in a scramble to the convention.
Democrats must mobilize the party base, while focusing on adding cross-over anti-Trump rural and suburban independents and moderate Republicans.
Trump claims that the Democrats want to bring “socialism” to the United States. He obviously hasn’t read the preamble to the US Constitution.
The leading contender for the Democratic nomination is no socialist. He simply wants to bring about the change that Democrats have talked about since Clinton.
Forget the Democrats’ primaries. Americans are ready for the main event of 2020, the no-holds-barred brawl pitting Trump vs. Bloomberg. All the rest is seen as a side show that’s wasting their precious time.