If you analyze much of what Trump says, it’s either exaggeration or outright deception. So why do voters remain attached to the most unconventional president of recent times? On Target’s Larry Sparano says it’s because of the emotional bonding he has maintained with his supporters from the time he announced for the Presidency. Here’s Larry talking about Trump’s special talent, 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:
Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks news blog says now it’s trench warfare, following the huge wins for Joe Biden on Super Tuesday. Uygur says the battle to get Bernie Sanders the Democratic nomination for President is “about to get way, way uglier.” Unger says the progressives who support Biden “will not go quietly into the night”. So, would such a nasty thrust to stop Biden work? Or would it just make matters worse for Bernie? On Target’s Larry Sparano talks about that and more with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Even before Bloomberg bombed in the latest Democratic debate, famed Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente was projecting an increasing chance for Bernie Sanders to win the Presidency. On Target’s Larry Sparano asks him about that, as well as about Socialism, Climate Change, the New Green Deal, and whether Tesla and Electric Cars are really the wave of the near future:
Suggestions continue to grow that the app “glitch” in Iowa might be more than an accidental technical difficulty. Rick Sanchez of RT America says the app that malfunctioned and delayed election results and contained a number of inaccuracies was designed by supporters of Hillary Clinton. And what about Buttigieg’s links with the CIA and Naval Intelligence? And how is it that polls going into the Iowa caucus as well as exit polls showed that Bernie Sanders was clearly on top with Buttigieg well behind –yet the results showed Buttigieg the winner? These are some of the questions that On Target’s Larry Sparano has been mulling with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Elizabeth Warren, once written off as a long shot to win the Democratic Presidential nomination, is now edging out Bernie Sanders as the main challenger to Joe Biden. But can the increasingly large and enthusiastic crowds she’s drawing spill over into strong support among a larger constituency? That’s the topic of today’s discussion between On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Is Bernie Sanders already emerging as a candidate who will be a strong front runner as the 2020 campaign season gets underway? There are a number of indications showing that he might take the lead among Democrats, even if Joe Biden gets into the race for the presidency. But what would be his chances of beating Trump? On-Target’s Larry Sparano reminds listeners that in 2016, polls showed Sanders beating Trump in a head-to-head contest. And many analysts believe he would have, if Hillary Clinton hadn’t snatched the Democratic nomination away from him through her use of Super Delegates Here’s Larry’s assessment of it, in this exchange with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
There is Increasing speculation about Bernie Sander’s chances of beating Trump in 2020. While cynics were quick to dismiss his prospects following his announcement last week that he was running, some reassessment is already under way. On-Target’s Larry Sparano says such second thoughts are valid, considering what the polls said about a Sanders-Trump match up, before Hillary Clinton used the Superdelegates to snatch the nomination away from Sanders.