Despite another terrible Super Tuesday, Bernie Sanders vows to stay in 2020 race

Despite another terrible Super Tuesday, Bernie Sanders vows to stay in 2020 race
Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden (Images: Twitter)

[Ed. – There may be some method to his madness. If he can hold out long enough for Biden to make a gaffe from which there is no return, Sanders may win the nomination by default.]

A defiant Sen. Bernie Sanders vowed to stay in the presidential race on Wednesday after a series of defeats that have left him trailing rival Joe Biden in the delegate race, pointing to his appeal with younger voters and previewing the lines of argument he’ll use against the former vice president on Sunday at a CNN-Univision debate.

“Last night obviously was not a good night for our campaign from a delegate point of view,” Sanders said, listing his his losses in the Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi and Idaho primaries, before noting a victory in North Dakota and reminding viewers of his lead in Washington state.

Sanders’ decision to continue his campaign despite the growing odds against him is likely to anger Democrats outside progressive circles, who on Tuesday night began to openly clamor for a quick end to the contest.

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