My take: As of now, Warren’s ceiling looks higher than Sanders’, and Biden would likely have a tougher time for a variety of reasons besting the Massachusetts Senator in a two-person race than he would beating her Vermont colleague. Will there come a day when Biden might have to go negative on Warren? There is a real possibility of that now. What material the former VP would choose to use, and how effective (and/or dangerous) such a move would be, are very much TBD. Despite Biden’s claim that he plans to run a positive campaign, does he have an opposition research shop, and is that shop looking into Warren’s record and background?
My take: This is one of the all-time great “Trump has changed almost every imaginable standard” moments of the last four years.
My take: Records will be broken for biggest Hill stakeout ever; potential to also break the record for “fastest leak ever” after her appearance next week.
My take: Democrats need breaks to beat the incumbent. Biden’s strong start puts even more pressure on the Starbucks big to stay out of the contest – or be known for ever more as the person who re-elected Donald Trump.
My take: His conclusion is something every Democrat who wants to win back the White House should consider: “Donald Trump has a catlike sense for the deep cultural unease this post-Obama coalition creates among many millions of voters. It is the one variable Mr. Biden won’t be able to fix from now until Election Day.” Henninger knows a very special breed of cat, apparently.
My take: St Louis is truly one of the great sports cities in America. Now they just need real pizza.
My take: Get healthy and become a Knick. And I don’t even root for the Knicks.
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“After ordering a short stack of pancakes at a local café….”