What do the New Hampshire results mean? | The 2020 Fix

By | February 16, 2020

What do the New Hampshire results mean? | The 2020 Fix
What do the New Hampshire results mean? | The 2020 Fix
And let me say tonight that this Victory here is the beginning of the end for Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday after the Iowa caucus debacle. The week before that means Sanders became the first clear winner of a primary in 2020. He buy a much smaller margin than he won the 2016 New Hampshire primary and he barely beat South Bend. Indiana mayor Pete buttigieg him on his strong, showing tonight at night with Amy Klobuchar third-place finish.

The field also got a little bit smaller businessman, Andrew Yang Colorado, Senator Michael Bennet and former Massachusetts governor Deval, Patrick Daiwa. New Hampshire provide some clarity in the primary races this year, anything, but that has happened. It’S still very murky, Joe Biden, who had been leading in polls for most of the races turned in poor performances and both of the 1st primaries. Fifty states, two of them not all the nation, not happy Nation, not a coordination, not 10 % to 1 point.

With looked at at stopped, your candidate is also struggling stop later this month, the Nevada caucuses and then the South Carolina primary. Those two states have an electorate: that’s less white and younger than Iowa and New Hampshire. It’S do-or-die time for Joe Biden. He has been counting on strong support from the acronym community, of which there’s a big share in South Carolina.
The Fix’s Natalie Jennings breaks down how the New Hampshire primary results are impacting the 2020 Democratic presidential primary. Read more: https://wapo.st/2Ot9xAi. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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