Dreams really do come true –maybe– for Hillary, after all. With Biden faltering and Bernie seemingly headed for defeat, will Hillary emerge as the Dems’ best hope to win the White House this year? And would the path begin with Hillary first ascending to the vice-presidency? On Target’s Larry Sparano discusses how this could happen with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Joe Biden’s blowout in Super Tuesday can be attributed in large part to the fear of many Democrats of putting a “radical” socialist in the White House. On Target’s Larry Sparano says Sanders must quickly redefine who he is, and what he would actually bring to the nation. Here’s Larry in discussion with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Even if Bernie Sanders emerges strong from today’s Super Tuesday primaries in 14 states, does that mean he’s headed for the Democratic nomination for President? And even if it’s not denied him for a second time by party regulars, is he electable? Can he beat Trump? Economist and political commentator Robert Reich, who was secretary of labor for Bill Clinton, says yes. Reich believes that Sanders’ time has come, considering the state of the nation in 2020. On Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York discuss the reasons why:
Hillary and Mike? Following the New Hampshire primary, who is in best position to get the Democratic nomination, and who has the best shot at beating Trump? That’s what On Target’s Larry Sparano is discussing today with veteran newsman and political commentator Bryant Thomas, most recently of the AP radio news bureau in Washington, D.C.
With just weeks to go before the Iowa Caucus, Democratic candidates were once more largely off the mark in their quest for votes. Perhaps the strongest showing was made by Bernie Sanders. On Target’s Larry Sparano explains why to Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
After Hillary Clinton stole the Democratic nomination from Bernie Sanders in 2016, the party supposedly put “reforms” in place that would prevent such a trick from occurring again. But there’s a new game afoot to prevent Sanders from getting the nomination this time around as well. On-Target’s Larry Sparano explains in this conversation with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York: