Senator Bernie Sanders, Vermont, who announced Tuesday his candidacy for the presidency, will leave a lasting impact win or lose, said Matthew Continetti, editor of the Washington Free Beacon.
Sanders is the twelfth candidate to launch a campaign or exploratory committee and has raised more than $ 4 million in 24 hours, more than all his competitors in the same amount of time.
Byron York, senior policy correspondent for the Washington Examiner and Mara Liasson of NPR, joined Continetti as part of the "Special" "All-Star" panel.
Continetti pointed out that Biden's reluctance to participate in the race had "created a void" for pro-business democrats and that "poor Amy Klobuchar" was the only one rejecting the progressive call for free pricing. teaching for all.
"She needs reinforcements. Otherwise, it will not be Barack Obama's party or Hillary Clinton's. It will be Bernie Sanders' party and it will help Donald Trump, "said Continetti.
York described Sanders as "sensational" in 2016, as "no prominent Democrat" challenged Hillary Clinton and also drew attention to the age of the Democratic Socialist.
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"Bernie will be 79 years old on polling day. It's older than Ronald Reagan when he left office after eight years. It's really, really pushing the limit, "York said.
At the same time, Liasson told the jury that Sanders was the "victim of his own success" since the majority of other Democratic candidates had adhered to his far-left ideology, asking why anyone needed one. "Brooklyn old man" exciting people who agree with him on almost everything. "