Bernie Sanders, in announcing the end of his 2020 run, said his movement had won his party's ideological fight.
“He’s chopping his employees in a pandemic,” said one staffer in Florida.
Interviews with nearly two dozen aides, allies, and progressive operatives reveal a campaign struggling to reconcile reality with the emotions of a movement that simply fell short.
“All future Bernie 2020 events will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis," Sanders' campaign said.
Asked whether the candidate will eventually deliver the speech, a spokesperson said, “TBD.”
The incident comes at a time of increasing concern about the rise of white nationalism in the country and as Sanders runs to become the first Jewish president.
The group, Humanity Forward, will support candidates and push Yang’s ideas through other means, including a podcast.
Warren, once a top contender for the Democratic nomination, is dropping out of the race after a disappointing month of primaries.
Whitmer has been the subject of vice presidential speculation since winning her race in 2018.
Running for president is a weird and lonely experience. At least Bernie Sanders and Amy Klobuchar, two salty candidates, had their own kind of friendship.
"We believe regardless of all this, we are still the strongest campaign coming into Super Tuesday,” Sanders’ campaign said as endorsement after endorsement came in for Biden.
The Democratic 2020 candidates are building new messages around the coronavirus, pivoting off their more typical arguments as the outbreak soaks up media attention.
Warren is attacking Bloomberg, accepting help from a super PAC, and having more fun. But she’s running out of time to reignite her campaign.
The Democratic primary now enters a stretch heading into Super Tuesday that could see Sanders build a formidable lead for the nomination.
The former mayor has had a stunning start to the Democratic primary. But he now has serious issues to deal with, starting with money.
“You bear some responsibility for what happened in Iowa and for the consequences,” the officials wrote to Perez.
A narrow victory. Boos for “Wall Street Pete.” The Vermont senator hangs on to win in a fractured, rapidly changing field.
“This campaign demonstrated that the institutional gateways are not what they once were,” Yang said in an interview on Tuesday.
The Iowa caucus results are slowly coming in, and Sanders' exact finish is still uncertain.
"We want to get some results out there, and so we will be doing that at 4 p.m. [CT] today," the party chair said.