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Chase Madar
If the roles were reversed, with Warren winning both Iowa and NH and Bernie tanking, Iโ€™d be strategically transferring my support to Warren (whom I like a great deal) for the sake of a shared progressive agenda. I hope Warren supporters give this some thought, their candidate too
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Kel Jacobs๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ—ฝ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ Feb 12
Replying to @ChaseMadar
Too bad you called her a snake for the last month.
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Chase Madar Feb 12
Replying to @JacobsKelson
Er, source for this claim?
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Kevin Jon Heller Feb 12
Such as the 95% of her supporters who say they will support whomever the nominee is? Far fewer Bernie supporters say the same thing. Itโ€™s BernieBros like who make it so difficult to embrace Sanders. *Two* states have voted โ€” and now Warren is supposed to give up.
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Anna Plurabelle๐ŸŒน Feb 12
Replying to @ChaseMadar
Her remaining supporters aren't really progressives, will likely switch to Klobuchar or Buttigeig if she drops out.
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Abi Wilkinson Feb 12
Replying to @ChaseMadar
Being 100% honest I probably wouldnโ€™t be yet, but I would be soonish if the trend continues
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โš› ๐˜ผ๐™ฉ๐™ค๐™ข ๐˜ผ๐™œ๐™š ๐™Š๐™˜๐™ฉ๐™ค๐™ฅ๐™ช๐™จ โš› Feb 12
Replying to @ChaseMadar
which is why you're not a campaign manager.
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lee r white Feb 12
Replying to @ChaseMadar
Bernie 2016
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rb Feb 12
Replying to @ChaseMadar
Prediction: Warren will be down to 4 percent by the time she endorses anyone. Irrelevant.
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Reid Dalton Feb 12
Replying to @ChaseMadar
In 2016, Donald Trump stood out as the one candidate who didn't campaign as a Christian conservative, but as a Nationalist. So he kept winning primaries with a minority of the vote.
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