President Donald Trump tweeted this morning that 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-VT) campaign is history.

He pointed out that former Vice President Joe Biden still controls the polls, but those same polls show that Sanders is not quite finished yet.

A recent Fox News poll has Biden up by 18 points. Biden only had 31% in March 2019, but he jumped to 35% in this poll taken from May 11-14. Sanders lost 6 points from 23% to 17%.

The poll also showed candidates Pete Buttieg, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) gaining more points.

However, when asked about hypothetical matchups, those polled chose Biden, Sanders, and Warren over Trump.

An Emerson poll from last week has Biden ahead at 33% and Sanders at 25%. Biden gained 13 points from the previous Emerson poll. Warren and Harris tie for third at 10% and Buttieg at 8%. The other candidates poll at 3% and less.

The Morning Consult poll from May 13 discovered that Sanders has lost support from the key age group he usually excels in: 18-29 year-olds.

While Biden still took the lead in the poll with 39%, he lost one point while Harris gained one point. Sanders sta

Biden has the lead in all polls according to RealClearPolitics. His RCP average is +19.5.

While I think Biden will come out on top, I still would not count out Sanders. Trump is doing what he does best: troll.


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