Democratic primary: Sanders says Biden's 'conventional' approach won't win

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Sen. Bernie Sanders' top campaign adviser says the front-runner will decline billionaire Democratic rival Mike Bloomberg's offer to spend millions on his behalf if Sanders wins the party's nomination. And why are so many people convinced he can beat Donald Trump?

As Sharpton introduced Sanders to the crowd of assembled members of his National Action Network civil rights group, he told them: "Whatever you decide to do on Saturday, do not go by those who try to use the socialist tag [against Sanders] ..." reminding the assembled members that civil rights leaders including Martin Luther King were branded the same way.

He added he was anxious about an election between "Donald Trump with his nostalgia for the 1950s, and Bernie Sanders for his nostalgia for the revolutionary politics of the 1960s".

"Crazy, chaotic Democrat Debate last night", he tweeted.

"We feel very good about coming out of SC with the kind of momentum that can really help us two days later", Dunn told ABC News Political Director Rick Klein, stressing her confidence in Biden's chances of walking away with the highest number of delegates from the Palmetto state and soon after, the 14 Super Tuesday states. But "whoever the nominee is will have our wholehearted support", she said.

"Sanders has the opposite trend, getting 33% with younger voters and 17% with middle aged voters, but just 8% among seniors", PPP said.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren briefly tried to make the case that she would be a more effective President enacting the progressive agenda she and Sanders agree on, then he would. "And I can think of no one better suited, better prepared".

"She's the only person I can think of who can unify the party and help us win", Owens said. I like Bernie; we came in together to the Senate.

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If the former Vice President has a blowout victory, it would reinvigorate his campaign just ahead of Super Tuesday, where he'd compete with Sanders and Bloomberg as the most competitive candidates.

"I don't care how much money mayor Bloomberg has". VCU student Kya Williams is still making up her mind.

He said he complied with a request from Ms Warren in the last debate to release three women he worked with from their non-disclosure agreements.

"Never, in debate history, has there been so clear a loser... sorry Norah O'Donnell", said Dori.

Katie Hill, an Obama spokeswoman, said Wednesday that the former President "has several friends in this race, including, of course, his own esteemed Vice President", and Obama still "has no plans to endorse in the primary because he believes that in order for Democrats to be successful this fall, voters must choose their nominee".

Sanders assured viewers that he would take a strong stand against Russian meddling in USA elections.

Sanders shot back: "Hey Mr Putin, if I'm president of the United States, trust me you're not going to interfere in any more elections", in reference to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

During his "60 Minutes" interview Sunday, Sanders had praised Fidel Castro's literacy program in Cuba.

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