‘He is still in’: Bernie could remain in race through June

In the past week and a half, Sanders has also put six together Virtual events focused on the corona virus, which according to his team has received millions of visitors, including town halls and rallies with members of the so-called “squad” and musicians. On Monday “All In with Chris Hayes” Sanders said: “We are changing our campaign to a virtual campaign.”

Some of Sanders’ aides and allies are arguing He could win despite the long chances of winning and take the position to push for progressive policies, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.

The steps – and this way of thinking – infuriate some established Democrats and Biden allies who fear a repeat of 2016 when Sanders refused to get out after it was mathematically impossible for him to win. Many party leaders believe that the delay has further broken the already divided Democrats and made it difficult for Hillary Clinton to face Donald Trump.

“It’s time to go ahead,” said Harold Schaitberger, president of the International Association of Fire Fighters, which Biden endorsed a year ago. “It is time to bring together and bring together all of our different groups and parts of our movement and society and prepare for a hell of a fight in the general election,” he said.

Jay Jacobs, chairman of the New York Democratic Party, said he “was not going to get anyone out of the race.” However, he said, “There is no logical reason to expand this as there is no viable way for anyone but Joe Biden to receive the nomination.”

Biden himself also seems to be concerned that Sanders is leaving. When asked at a press conference on Wednesday whether he would discuss Sanders in April, Biden said he was focused on the coronavirus crisis.

“I think we have enough debates,” said Biden. “I think we should continue with this.”

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