Sanders associate confirms his new run for 2020 Presidential campaigns

Bernie Sanders is assessing another run for presidential races. Confirmed reports indicate that the Democrat senator is making the preparations for the primaries.

After the failure of democrats in the former presidential election, most political analysts believed that the Democrats would be winner had Bernie Sanders been replaced for Hillary Clinton. Clinton had multiple dark points in her past that were misused by Trump, then the Republican candidate.

A Sanders associate confirmed the news saying the Senator of Vermont is discussing with different agents regarding a new run for presidential campaigns. In a talk with The Hill, the associate stressed on Sanders’ ability to win over the current president and future candidate saying, “he thinks he’s earned the right to run again, and he believes if he would have been the [Democratic] candidate he would have won against Trump.”

Age might be considered the only obstacle on Sanders way to White House. The Democrat candidate in 2016 primaries will be 79 when the primaries for the 2020 election breaks out. Analysts, however, believe that considering the public atmosphere around Sanders and concentrations on him after Clinton’s defeat, Sanders seems the most appropriate option for the Democrats in the next election.

He’s keeping almost the same schedule that a presidential candidate would keep. He’s doing more travel, more rallies, more for the DNC than anyone else.

Larry Cohen, Sanders’ senior advisor for 2016 primaries, is also hopeful about the senator’s new chance and believes that Sanders is audacious enough to run again. “I can speak for the millions of people who supported him in saying we would love it if he runs again, and we’re hopeful he’ll run again,” Cohen also added.

The only choice to replace for Sanders seems to be Joe Biden, while the expectation is for sanders to instigate the public with another hopeful run.


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