Bernie Sanders said that he was too busy dealing with the coronavirus pandemic to officially drop out of the Democratic primary.
After a rout of losses on Tuesday evening to former Vice President Joe Biden, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is reportedly questioning his next moves in the Democratic Party’s primary contests to determine a nominee for president.
Over the past few weeks, the American people have seen day in and day out what it's like to have an unstable and incompetent leader at the helm.
Joe Biden is moving to unify the party by adopting the Sanders policy on free public college, and the Warren proposal on bankruptcy reform.
Adhering to an ideology is not inherently wrong by any measure. However, when strict ideological embrace portends certain defeat in a national election to determine the fate of the country, a pragmatic person will moderate their position. It is a sad commentary on America, but there is a group of ideologues who will “stand their ground” regardless of the consequences to the nation – these are the emoprogs waging war to take down the Democratic Party.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) admitted that he was losing the Democratic primary, but committed to staying the race through Sunday's debate.
For the first time in the 2020 Democratic primary, Sen. Bernie Sanders did not address his supporters on Election Night.
James Carville said that Democratic voters across the country have spoken loudly and unambiguously for Biden, so it is time for Sanders to end his campaign.
As Biden continues to rack up wins and his delegate lead over Bernie Sanders grows, it's time to start calling the former vice president what he is.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace said that Joe Biden is crushing Bernie Sanders because the Obama coalition has rallied around Obama's former vice president.
Bernie Sanders needed an upset victory in Michigan on Tuesday night to keep his presidential campaign at least somewhat afloat, but he didn't get one.
Joe Biden added three more states to his increasingly large win column on Tuesday night: Missouri, Mississippi and North Dakota.
The news that the next debate will take place without a live audience isn't the only way the coronavirus is affecting the presidential campaign.
Both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have canceled their Tuesday night rallies in Cleveland, OH out of concern over the coronavirus.
President Donald Trump claimed Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) “singlehandedly destroyed” the campaign of fellow Senator Bernie Sanders (ID-Vt.), accusing her of “stripping voters away” from him on Super Tuesday.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) refuses to acknowledge that African-Americans are rejecting him and instead blames a corporate establishment conspiracy.
Bernie Sanders was dreaming up picking up a net 300 delegates over Joe Biden in CA, but Biden's surge has limited him to a 56 net delegate gain.
Without the support of African American voters – the heart and soul of the party – it's next to impossible to become the Democratic nominee.
An Arizona rally for Bernie Sanders took a dark turn after Sanders’s supporters noticed a man had unfurled a flag emblazoned with a swastika. The man, who was not identified, was swiftly removed from the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren had some tough words for Bernie Sanders regarding the behavior of his loyal supporters.