Sen. Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersBiden in the Caribbean to discuss his potential offer for 2020 with his wife: the 2020 report will pit Trump's victories against Dems' dreams. The Hill & # 39; s Morning Report – A tough week for House Dems PLUS (I-Vt.), Who is currently among the leaders among more than a dozen Democratic presidential candidates in 2020, has pledged to support the candidate for the presidency of the Democratic Party, in case he fails .
"If we do not win, I will strongly support the Democratic candidate … and I hope and believe that others feel exactly the same. Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpJudge judges that thousands of additional migrants should be prosecuted for separation of families. The GOP legislator shows Chris Evans his glass-eye 'Captain America & # 39; to the White House who rejects Dem's request to interview a former Trump advisor MORE must be defeated, "Sanders said Saturday while campaigning in Iowa.
– PoliticusUSA (@politicususa) March 9, 2019
Sanders, who ran unsuccessfully against Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonFormer Gillum: Florida is the "Trump Country" Conway's husband: "The Banana Republic" if Trump wishes to pursue the investigators An overly aggressive response to Omar's comments reflects distorted priorities in America MORE during the Democratic primary in 2016, party officials strongly criticized the organization for saying that, according to some, it was a dull effort to support Clinton after he was became apparent that he had not responded to the needs of delegates.
The Vermont Independent party affiliation has long been angry with some Democrats who believe that Sanders is trying to use the party establishment to his advantage while pushing the party as a whole.
Sanders also promised not to go on the offensive against other Democratic candidates, many of whom are his Senate colleagues.
"The nature of our campaign is not to belittle people, it is not a quest for opposition, it does not attack other people, but a serious discussion about the problems that the American people are facing, "he said.
Many contenders for the Democratic Party seek to differentiate themselves because their call to the party's progressive base is accompanied by a similar message, which raises the question of whether candidates will have to try to distinguish themselves on a more personal basis.