Joe Biden just got campaign-ending news he won’t forget for the rest of his life
Joe Biden wants nothing more than to be President of the United States.
But his White House dreams are in serious doubt following dozens of scandals.
And he just got campaign-ending news that he won’t forget for the rest of his life.
Between his own gaffes and scandals relating to his son Hunter, Joe Biden is hurting in his presidential campaign.
Despite having an early lead, his poll numbers are imploding.
And a new poll coming out of Iowa shows he is in a three-way tie with Sen. Bernie Sanders and Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Being the first presidential contest of the year, Biden can’t afford to lose.
But the way the polls are trending, he will need a miracle to regain his lead.
Two polls released on Sunday show that support for Democrat presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is on the rise among Democrats likely to participate in the February 3 Iowa caucuses and the February 11 New Hampshire primary.
The CBS News Battleground Tracker poll of registered Democrats in Iowa shows Sanders in a three way tie for the lead with Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg. All three have 23 percent support among likely caucus attendees. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is in fourth place with 16 percent support, while Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) is in fifth place with 7 percent support.
Sanders has a significant lead among younger likely caucus attendees.
Among likely caucus attendees aged 18 to 44, Sanders is in first place with 38 percent support. Buttigieg and Warren are tied in a distant second with 18 percent support, while Joe Biden is in fourth place with 15 percent.
Among likely caucus attendees aged 45 and older, Biden is in the lead with 27 percent, followed closely by Pete Buttigieg with 25 percent. Warren has 18 percent, and Sanders has 15 percent.
Joe Biden’s campaign is based entirely around his former status as Vice President under Barack Obama.
But even Obama doesn’t seem to want him in the White House, considering he has refused to endorse him, along with the fact that he reportedly encouraged donors to support Biden’s rival, Elizabeth Warren.