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Today primaries will be held in the states of Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, and Washington. Currently, Sanders has 563 delegates and Biden with 648; it takes a minimum of 1,991 to win the Democratic nomination.
Both Sanders and Biden came out swinging Tuesday with endorsements from various well-known public figures and former presidential candidates.
Presidential candidate, Tulsi Gabbard, continues to try to remain in the race with only two delegates that were acquired from the American Somoa. Unable to participate in the March 15th debate, Gabbard has voiced for help from both Sanders and Biden to remain in the race.
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A video goes viral after Joe Biden tells an autoworker in Detroit that he is “full of shit.”
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As of Wednesday morning, Biden has 823 delegates and Sanders has 663. Here is a breakdown of Tuesday’s primaries: