Bernie Sanders Reportedly Assessing Future Of His Campaign After String Of Primary Losses

A growing number of people are calling on Bernie Sanders to drop out of the race.

Biden has scored so many wins and delegates in recent primaries that there is virtually no way for Sanders to make up the difference.

Bernie isn’t dropping out yet, but he is taking some time to assess his campaign, which suggests the writing is on the wall.

FOX News reports:

Bernie Sanders to assess future of his campaign after string of losses

The Democratic presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders said Wednesday the Vermont senator will spend the next several weeks assessing the future of his campaign after a string of losses to former Vice President Joe Biden.

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“The next primary contest is at least three weeks away. Sen. Sanders is going to be having conversations with supporters to assess his campaign,” Sanders campaign manager Faiz Shakir said in a statement Wednesday morning.

“In the immediate term, however, he is focused on the government response to the coronavirus outbreak and ensuring that we take care of working people and the most vulnerable,” Shakir added.

In a subsequent email to supporters, Shakir said: “No sugarcoating it, last night did not go the way we wanted.”

The campaign manager said that after the expected Senate vote on coronavirus relief later Wednesday, “Bernie and Jane are going to get on a plane back to Vermont. Once there, they’ll begin holding conversations with supporters to get input and assess the path forward for our campaign. We will keep you updated as those conversations progress.”

Bernie recently had an exchange with a journalist which suggests he is feeling under pressure:

It’s probably just a matter of time before he calls it quits.

 

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