With Mariana Alfaro
With a achievement in Texas giving him a ambit of the South, added the assertion marks from acceptable complete in Massachusetts and Minnesota, Joe Biden is aback the beloved afresh for the Autonomous presidential nomination.
Bernie Sanders leads in California, the bigger award-winning of Super Tuesday, which will accumulate the agent calculation bound and allegedly ensures the claiming drags on for a few added months. The complete agent agitated his home accompaniment of Vermont, as able-bodied as Colorado and Utah. But Sanders comatose into a brick bank bottomward South, aloof as he did four years ago adjoin Hillary Clinton, acceptance his efforts to cloister African Americans.
Biden won Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Alabama and Oklahoma by bifold digits. Maine, which the Sanders afflicted accepted to carry, charcoal too abutting to call. Sanders won the Pine Tree Accompaniment absolutely in 2016.
“We added turnout,” Biden told supporters in Los Angeles. “The assembly angry out for us!”
Turnout grew not because of Biden’s arena game, which was about absent in the 14 states and one U.S. breadth that voted on Tuesday. In fact, he won big in several places breadth he spent little time and fabricated no complete advance in a acreage program. Momentum mattered added than money. Afterwards spending added than bisected a billion dollars of his claimed fortune, above New York ambassador Mike Bloomberg’s alone win came in American Samoa, breadth Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) additionally got a delegate.
Turnout additionally did not arise to abound because of a billow in adolescent voters that Sanders keeps able will actualize any time now. Avenue acclamation appearance about 1 in 8 voters in Super Tuesday states were 18- to 29-year-olds, compared to 3 in 10 who were 65 or older. Sanders struggles with these earlier voters.
Instead, assembly appears to accept acicular from 2016 to 2020 in key accepted acclamation battlegrounds because abhorrence adjoin Admiral Trump continues to animate burghal moderates to get affianced in Autonomous politics. A Washington Post statistical archetypal suggests Biden won about 60 percent of voters who sat out the 2016 primary but casting ballots on Tuesday. Our assembly analysis, conducted by centralized abstracts scientist Lenny Bronner, additionally shows that Biden possibly accustomed about 90 percent of Clinton’s 2016 voters.
Biden romped in the suburbs, complete with the constituencies that fueled the Autonomous takeover of the House in 2018. In accession to his athletic abject of African American voters, the foundation of his wins beyond the South, Biden fared able-bodied with white voters in suburbs from Richmond and Raleigh, N.C., to Houston and Hampton Roads, as able-bodied as Nashville and Minneapolis.
Exit acclamation appearance that abounding absitively to aback the above carnality admiral in the canicule afterwards his South Carolina landslide. These voters anticipate he’s the best electable best to booty aback the White House and that advance Trump is added important to them than accordant with a applicant on the issues. It additionally helped Biden that the acreage winnowed, and he accustomed endorsements on Monday from above South Bend, Ind., ambassador Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.).
Biden accustomed his win in Minnesota, breadth Sanders invested heavily and captivated a massive assemblage on Monday night, to Klobuchar. Avenue acclamation there showed 6 in 10 voters absitively whom to vote for in the accomplished few days. Biden won about bisected that group.
Consider Virginia as a window into why assembly grew. In 2016, 785,000 bodies alternate in the Autonomous primary. On Tuesday, about 1.3 actor bodies did. This bankrupt the assembly almanac set in the 2008 primary that alveolate Clinton adjoin Barack Obama. About a division of Virginia primary voters were African American, and about 6 in 10 chose Biden, according to the avenue polls. But Biden additionally won 6 in 10 white voters earlier than 45. While Sanders won 3 to 1 amidst all adolescent voters, Biden still won the primary in Virginia by 30 points.
“The precincts that saw the bigger increases were abundantly amassed in Arctic Virginia and the Hampton Roads burghal area,” Greg Schneider letters from Richmond. “In Henrico, Kate Giska, 39, a small-business buyer and political independent, declared Sanders as ‘just too extreme, aloof like Trump is a little too extreme. We’re affectionate of, like, in the middle, just, like, cachet quo, aloof get along.’ She voted for Biden, addition she thinks has address for ‘the average voter, a applicant that can allure the masses.’ None of added than 50 voters interviewed at three Virginia Beach precincts on Tuesday said they planned to vote for Sanders, akin if they admired some of his positions. Many said they artlessly anticipation Biden had a bigger adventitious of acceptable in November.”
Biden won from bank to bank amidst those who analyze as “somewhat liberal.” He bedeviled amidst bourgeois and abstinent primary voters beyond best of the 14 states that voted, with the exceptions of Colorado and Vermont. But he additionally fared actual able-bodied amidst the ample allotment of voters who self-identify as “somewhat liberal.” Biden won that accumulation by a about 2 to 1 allowance over Sanders in Alabama, Virginia and North Carolina. Those closing two states will both be battlegrounds this fall.
Sanders’s affiliation is congenital about liberals and Latinos. One acumen he’s broadly accepted to win California, although the chase has not been alleged with 81 percent of precincts reporting, is that two-thirds of voters declared themselves as avant-garde in the avenue polling, and this accumulation voted added than 2 to 1 for Sanders.
Hispanic voters additionally showed a able addition for Sanders in the states breadth they fabricated up the better shares of the Autonomous electorate. About 3 in 10 voters in Texas articular themselves as Hispanic, and aloof beneath bisected of them voted for Sanders. Biden got about 1 in 4 Hispanic votes in the Lone Star State. The allotment of Hispanic voters was hardly abate in California, but Sanders won the accumulation by a beyond margin, capturing a majority. Biden got about 1 in 5 Latinos in the Golden State, giving Sanders a allowance of about 30 allotment points, according to the exits.
Elsewhere, though, Biden fabricated appropriate with non-college-educated whites who backed Sanders four years ago. Exit acclamation appropriate Biden had a greater than 2 to 1 advance amidst white voters in Alabama, and about as avant-garde an bend in Virginia. Biden had a abate but still arresting advance amidst white voters in Minnesota and Oklahoma and a abate bend in Tennessee, North Carolina and Massachusetts. In Maine and Texas, Biden and Sanders were abutting and abutting amidst white voters. And Sanders led amidst white voters in Vermont, Colorado and California.
Elizabeth Warren’s base third-place accomplishment in Massachusetts, a accompaniment she’s represented in the Senate for eight years, makes continuing her advance added difficult to rationalize. Warren additionally accomplished fourth in her built-in Oklahoma, with 13.4 percent, beneath the 15 percent beginning appropriate to win any delegates, although not all the precincts accept reported. Speaking aboriginal Tuesday atramentous in Detroit as acclamation remained accessible in several states, Warren apprenticed to coin avant-garde and seemed to appeal with backward deciders not to accumulate breaking for Biden. “What I see accident is a lot of association aggravating to about-face voting into some complicated strategy,” she said, acting about as if Super Tuesday hadn’t happened. “They are arena amateur about anticipation and strategy. Anticipation has been a abhorrent business.”
After acclamation closed, Bloomberg advance ambassador Kevin Sheekey backed abroad from his affirmation that the above New York ambassador would action on until the Autonomous assemblage in Milwaukee. “You accomplish an appraisal in any advance like this afterwards any time there is a vote,” he said. “As of appropriate now we are committing to break in, but we will see what happens tonight.” Addition advance abettor told Michael Scherer that the advance is consistently reevaluated, and that action would abide Wednesday, aback Bloomberg is accepted to acknowledgment to New York from Florida.
Whether Warren and Bloomberg break in or not, this has finer become a two-man race, pitting the 77-year-old Biden – aboriginal adopted to the Senate in 1972 – adjoin the 78-year-old Sanders, who was aboriginal adopted ambassador of Burlington 39 years ago Tuesday and who has been in Congress aback 1991. But the brainy adverse amidst the septuagenarians is stark. Sanders promises revolution. Biden pledges restoration.
Sanders is additionally disturbing in some states he won aftermost time because Biden is a beneath able antithesis for him than Clinton. The self-described autonomous left-wing benefited four years ago in several red states like Indiana, West Virginia and Montana from actuality the sole addition to Clinton. He ran up the annual amidst self-identified bourgeois Democrats. With the annual of hindsight, abounding of these association were allegedly voting added adjoin Clinton than they were voting for Sanders. But she’s not on the acclamation this time. Biden has college favorability ratings amidst bourgeois Democrats than she did, and there were added alternatives, including Bloomberg.
Consider Oklahoma. Sanders won the primary there four years ago by 10 points. “Clinton won self-identified Democrats by 9 points, according to avenue polls. But independents, who were chargeless to cantankerous over, backed Sanders by 48 points,” Dave Weigel notes. “While Sanders ran to Clinton’s left, he exhausted her amidst self-identified ‘moderate or conservative’ voters by 11 points. Without Clinton as a foil, the Sanders vote fell apart. … Sanders abominably absent abstinent and bourgeois voters [on Tuesday], accident them to Biden by 28 points. … Bloomberg won 24 percent of the abstinent vote, to aloof 11 percent for Sanders.”
The action for the best could still annoyance into the assemblage in Milwaukee in July, akin if Biden continues to consolidate abutment amidst abstinent voters. Most assembly still accept not been awarded, and 32 states still charge to vote. Sanders bidding optimism in Vermont aftermost night. “I acquaint you, with complete confidence, we’re activity to win the Autonomous nomination,” he told bags of supporters.
But, but, but: The calendar is activity to get harder for Sanders. “The covering primary abutting anniversary will be in Michigan,” Dan Balz explains. “Sanders denticulate a above agitated there four years ago adjoin Clinton, although his achievement allowance was narrow. Additionally on the calendar abutting anniversary is Missouri, a accompaniment Sanders absent by beneath than a allotment point and breadth the assembly breach about evenly. Missouri will accommodate addition assay of Biden’s and Sanders’s abutment amidst African Americans, who accomplish up about a fifth of Autonomous assembly in that state. Because Washington accompaniment has switched from a conclave to a primary, Sanders, acceptance favored, will accept a added difficult time axle up the affectionate of agent allowance he did in 2016. Meanwhile, Mississippi should be abundant arena for Biden, as African Americans fabricated up about 70 percent of the Autonomous electorate there in 2016 — akin added than in South Carolina.
“The annular of primaries on March 17 includes Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Ohio. Sanders absent Florida abominably to Clinton and will face austere attrition afresh this year because of advisedly about his left-wing agenda. He additionally absent Arizona and Ohio decisively. Alone Illinois was close, acceptance Sanders was on the accident end there, as well. A anniversary afterwards that, on March 24, Georgia holds a stand-alone primary, and there again, Biden will be advantaged based on the admeasurement of the African American vote.”
For his part, Biden will face growing assay that he’s mostly abhorred aback barrier in Iowa. He faced few attacks in the aftermost three debates. His performances on the butt can be uneven. Aggravating to break disciplined, he delivered his accent in Los Angeles from a teleprompter. Best of it bifold what he said on Saturday night in his achievement accent in South Carolina. “They don’t alarm it Super Tuesday for nothing,” he said. “For those who accept been agape down, counted out, larboard behind, this is your campaign.”
Scott Clement contributed avenue poll analysis.
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In Alabama, Jeff Sessions is headed to a March 31 Republican runoff adjoin above Auburn University football drillmaster Tommy Tuberville in his adventure to win aback his old Senate seat. “Other Republicans, including Rep. Bradley Byrne and above accompaniment Supreme Cloister arch amends Roy Moore, decidedly trailed,” Mike DeBonis reports. “Trump has so far remained bashful on the race, and Republicans in both Alabama and Washington are apperception whether he ability now get complex to block Sessions. … Meanwhile, in North Carolina, Democrats nominated a centrist admired of civic activity leaders to booty on GOP Sen. Thom Tillis in what promises to be a abundant added aggressive race.”
Texas Reps. Key Granger (R) and Henry Cuellar (D) both claimed achievement over primary challengers. “‘You know, we can accumulate waiting, but it charcoal 60-40 so far, so I’ll break here,’ Granger said Tuesday atramentous … Asked if she was declaring victory, she said ‘yes,’” the Texas Tribune reports. Cuellar “was still angry a primary claiming from advocate Jessica Cisneros … As of aboriginal Wednesday morning, Cuellar garnered 51.6% of the vote to Cisneros’ 48.4%, with abridged returns. The Cuellar achievement is a setback for a massive affiliation of Autonomous affiliated groups, alignment from the Amends Democrats to EMILY’s List to the League of Conservation Voters.”
Long curve kept some Texans cat-and-mouse to vote until backward into the night. “Dozens of Autonomous voters were still cat-and-mouse to casting ballots at midnight in Houston, axis Super Tuesday into a aching advance for some citizens amidst questions about how the Canton Clerk’s appointment had allocated its voting machines beyond the county,” the Houston Chronicle reports. “Some bodies in band gave up and absolved abroad … Acclamation bankrupt at 7 p.m., but voters still can casting ballots as continued as they break in line. … Afterwards cat-and-mouse four hours to casting his own acclamation at TSU, Bryan Escobedo absolved alfresco to a army auspicious his patience. He batten of voters administering painkillers and baptize to accumulate their neighbors engaged. … The nonprofit Texas Civil Rights Project took activity with the delays, acquainted that abounding polling places with continued waits were in predominantly atramentous and Latino neighborhoods.”
The appropriate acclamation in California to alter Katie Hill, the apprentice Autonomous congresswoman who accommodated afterwards acceptance an extramarital affair, will arch to a runoff. “Democratic Assemblywoman Christy Smith of Santa Clarita and Republican aegis architect Mike Garcia were in a bound chase … in one of California’s best aggressive aldermanic districts,” the Los Angeles Times reports. “Former Rep. Steve Knight, the Republican who was ousted in 2018 by Hill, a Democrat, was active third and on the border of accident his attempt at recapturing his bench apery the arctic suburbs of Los Angeles. The primary appeared acceptable to crop two runoffs amidst Smith and Garcia, a above Navy pilot — one in May to ample Hill’s bench for the blow of the year and addition in November for the abounding two-year appellation that starts in January. Trailing far abaft [was] George Papadopoulos, a 2016 Trump advance adviser who pleaded accusable to lying to the FBI in the Russia scandal.”
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The comments “perplexed some accessible bloom officials, as physicians already accept acumen to adjustment testing. The advertisement additionally aloft questions about whether the government can rapidly advance the assembly of testing kits, as able-bodied as how abundant patients will ultimately accept to pay for accepting tested,” Seung Min Kim, Maria Sacchetti and Brady Dennis report. “Pence said about 2,500 testing kits accustomed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention should be broadcast by the end of the week, primarily to hospitals in afflicted areas as able-bodied as to others that accept requested them. Those kits collectively represent about 1.5 actor alone tests. Seema Verma, the ambassador for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, said testing for the coronavirus is covered beneath Medicare, Medicaid and health-care exchanges accustomed beneath the Affordable Care Act, but it remained cryptic how the costs would be handled for the estimated 27 actor Americans who are uninsured.”
Washington accompaniment accepted three added fatalities, bringing the absolute to nine: “Overall, the U.S. has arise added than 100 accepted cases. The ahead unreported deaths were above association of the Life Care Centermost of Kirkland, a nursing home ability that has emerged as the epicenter of the beginning in the burghal northeast of Seattle. … Meanwhile, North Carolina arise its aboriginal coronavirus case Tuesday, bringing the absolute to 14 states … New York arise on Tuesday its additional accepted case. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D) declared the accommodating as a 50-year-old man from Westchester County, who had no contempo history of adopted travel.”
“The White House is administering the rapidly accretion coronavirus as a accessible relations botheration as abundant as a accessible bloom crisis. Admiral are insisting on bulletin conduct amidst government scientists and political aides alike, allotment of what they say is a amenable accomplishment to try to calm afraid Americans and accommodate compatible and cellophane information,” Philip Rucker, Yasmeen Abutaleb and Ashley Parker report. Trump “has abreast griped about what he considers to be agitation from both the media and his own accessible bloom admiral … White House aides managing the acknowledgment accept additionally approved to focus on tamping bottomward what they accede to be alarmist rhetoric. …
“As Trump toured a class at the Civic Institutes of Bloom on Tuesday afternoon, he and [National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director] Anthony Fauci appeared chummy. The admiral aggregate acclaim on the infectious-diseases expert, cogent him, ‘The apple is acutely blessed that you’re involved.’ But their bonhomie belied the tensions in an administering breadth the admiral tolerates alone one star: himself. Accessible bloom experts and added government admiral accept begin themselves disturbing to administer the aerial antithesis of assuming their jobs while not angering the admiral or his political aides.”
“You should never abort your own credibility. And you don’t appetite to go to war with a president,” Administrator of the Civic Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Anthony Fauci told Politico. “But you got to airing the accomplished antithesis of authoritative abiding you abide to acquaint the truth.”
Trump has “said he did not accede with accident affairs actuality advised for the NCAA’s March Madness basketball tournament, including a angle to comedy amateur in abandoned arenas,” Toluse Olorunnipa, Heather Kelly, Hannah Natanson and Julie Zauzmer report. “‘I don’t anticipate it would be necessary,’ [he said]. With the abridgement of a accommodating civic approach, bounded admiral and alone communities are hasty to accomplish their own plans. Some schools are because closures, some companies accept implemented restrictions on biking for employees, and religious organizations are altering how they conduct services.”
“Timothy Stenzel, who is the administrator of the Food and Drug Administration’s Appointment of In Vitro Diagnostics and Radiological Health, was fabricated to delay brief on the weekend of Feb. 22 — as chief bloom administering admiral adjourned his admission in a alternation of calls — afore Centers for Disease Control accepted him permission to be on campus. Stenzel’s appointment had been accepted … The FDA had accomplished Stenzel to the CDC in an accomplishment to accelerate the development of lab tests for the atypical coronavirus outbreak,” Politico reported.
Iran has accepted 92 deaths and 2,992 cases, while South Korea has 5,238 cases and Italy 2,263. China, which charcoal the worst-hit nation, arise 38 new deaths. Chile and Argentina arise their aboriginal cases yesterday, addition the numbers beyond Latin America. (Adam Taylor, Teo Armus and Rick Noack)
The U.S. Biking Association anticipates all-embracing entering biking to the country will bead 6 percent amidst now and May, the better dip in all-around appearance aback the banking crisis in 2007 and 2008. “The anticipation takes into annual factors including auberge bookings, airline abstracts and customer affect data,” Hannah Sampson reports.
“Kim Jong Un’s alone apple additionally could face a above crisis if the virus that causes covid-19 finds its way in. An beginning could beat the aged bloom arrangement — ranked 193 out of 195 on the All-around Bloom Security Index — in a country already stalked by malnutrition and diseases such as tuberculosis,” Simon Denyer reports.
“In an accomplishment to cope, Italy is admission nurses aboriginal and calling medical workers out of retirement. Hospitals in the hardest-hit regions are dabbling nonessential surgeries and scrambling to add 50 percent added intensive-care beds,” Loveday Morris reports.
This was allegedly the aboriginal absolute exact advice amidst a U.S. admiral and the Afghan anarchical force aback the Afghanistan war began. Anne Gearan reports: “Trump accepted the Taliban’s advertisement Tuesday that he had announced by buzz with Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Taliban’s top political leader. ‘I batten to the baton of the Taliban today. We had a acceptable conversation. We’ve agreed there’s no violence, we don’t appetite violence; we’ll see what happens,’ Trump told reporters at the White House. ‘They’re ambidextrous with Afghanistan, but we’ll see what happens. We had absolutely a actual acceptable talk.’ Baradar is a chief amount apery the anarchical accumulation in talks with the United States in Doha, Qatar. …
“The buzz alarm is notable for the ability it confers on Baradar. U.S. presidents about accordance anon with added active of accompaniment or government … In a statement, Baradar accustomed the buzz alarm and said that ‘we assure with abounding aplomb that if the U.S. accouterments the agreement, this will accept absolute appulse on the mutual relations in future.’ … The Taliban account quotes Trump as adage the Taliban has been ‘fighting for your country’ and that the time has arise for the United States to leave. The Taliban said Trump additionally apprenticed that Secretary of Accompaniment Mike Pompeo will allege to [Afghan Admiral Ashraf] Ghani ‘to abolish hurdles in the way of intra-Afghan dialogue.’”
The Pentagon said brief the U.S. aggressive has conducted an airstrike adjoin Taliban armament in southern Afghanistan, the AP reports: “Spokesman Col Sonny Leggett said in a cheep Wednesday that it was the aboriginal U.S. bang adjoin the active accumulation in 11 days. He said the advance was to adverse a Taliban advance on Afghan government armament in Nahr-e Saraj in the Helmand province.”
“Inspectors from the All-embracing Atomic Energy Bureau arise a near-tripling of Iran’s accrue of low-enriched uranium aloof aback November, with absolute backing added than three times the 300-kilogram absolute set by the nuclear accord,” Joby Warrick reports. “Iran additionally essentially added the cardinal of machines it is application to adorn uranium, the bureau said, acceptance it to accomplish added of the nuclear ammunition faster. … Iran’s low-enriched uranium, the affectionate about acclimated in nuclear ability plants, would accept to abide added processing to be adapted into the awful accomplished uranium bare for nuclear bombs. Complete analysts said the bigger accrue and faster accessory amount has essentially decreased Iran’s abstract ‘breakout’ time — the amount bare for accepting abundant weapons-grade actual for a distinct nuclear bomb.”
“An EF-3 tornado with apprehension up to 165 mph tore beyond the Nashville area,” Brandon Gee, Meryl Kornfield and Kim Bellware report. Some of the asleep were children. “Dozens added are still missing as of Wednesday morning. The abolition continued for 50 afar beyond four counties, and Gov. Bill Lee (R), who surveyed the breadth via helicopter, said it will booty canicule aloof to appraise the ambit of the damage.”
Since Roe v. Wade in 1973, no accompaniment has anesthetized added aborticide restrictions that Louisiana. Today, a repopulated and added bourgeois Supreme Cloister will accede one of those laws. “Some politicians actuality admiration if it ability be the advance they’ve been cat-and-mouse for in a decades-long accomplishment to rid the state, and the nation, of abortion,” Robert Barnes reports from the Pelican State. “‘I prayed one day that it would come, but I never anticipation it would be with this bill,’ said accompaniment Sen. Katrina Jackson, a Democrat who calls herself ‘pro-whole life’ and says she has been ‘very aggressive’ in advancing legislation to appoint added restrictions. … Aborticide providers say Jackson’s law would force two of the state’s three aborticide clinics to close. It’s adamantine to enlarge what a accommodation about this law — acute difficult-to-obtain hospital acceptance privileges for doctors who accomplish abortions in clinics — will acknowledge about this Supreme Cloister and its jurisprudence on [abortion] … It will be the aboriginal time the two justices called by Admiral Trump, Neil M. Gorsuch and Brett M. Kavanaugh, accost the claim of an aborticide case. It marks a key moment for Arch Amends John G. Roberts Jr., who has never voted adjoin an aborticide restriction, in his cardinal role at the court’s center.”
“Candidates applying to accompany [Trump’s] administering will now accept to explain what allotment of Trump’s advance bulletin ‘most appealed’ to them and why,” CNN reports. “The new questionnaire, broadcast by the White House’s Presidential Personnel Appointment to federal departments on Monday, … is the latest move by the office’s new arch John McEntee to accent adherence to the Admiral in the hiring process.”
Speaking of loyalty, John Bolton’s book absolution date was pushed aback to May amidst Trump’s efforts to block publication, per Tom Hamburger.
A above Civic Security Council agent beneath Obama acclaimed the American bodies alone abstruse about Trump’s chat with a Taliban official because the Taliban acquaint about it:
Mike Pompeo approved to abstain actuality photographed with Taliban leaders, but a Bank Street Journal anchorman acquired this picture:
The DNC’s communications administrator pushed aback on the abstraction that Tulsi Gabbard will arise in the abutting agitation because she won a agent in American Samoa. She acclaimed that the bar will be aloft to arise onstage in Phoenix:
The above FBI director, a Republican until Trump accursed him, voted for Biden in Virginia:
Never Trumper George Conway, bedmate of advisor to the admiral Kellyanne Conway, maxed out to Biden:
And Amy Klobuchar said goodbye to her “Saturday Night Live” counterpart:
A accumulation of anti-dairy protesters rushed the date during Biden’s speech, but Jill Biden and advance backer Symone Sanders chock-full them cold:
“I bankrupt a nail,” Sanders quipped on Twitter afterward.
Stephen Colbert denounced the Trump administration’s coronavirus response:
Seth Meyers captivated his own Autonomous debate:
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