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The Washington Times Campaign 2020
The Washington Times
Join The Washington Times' George Gerbo as he breaks down the 2020 race for the White House and control of Congress with the Times' talented team of political reporters and editors.
Jun 5, 2020
As the national conversation has shifted to equality and social justice for black Americans, so too have the dynamics of the 2020 campaign. George Gerbo talks with Washington Times national politics reporter Seth McLaughlin on what protests in the wake of George Floyd's death means for Joe Biden as he nears clinching the Democratic presidential nomination and the contenders to be his running mate, including California Sen. Kamala Harris, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, and Florida Rep. Val Demings.
May 12, 2020
News & Notes Roundup
George Gerbo rounds up the latest news and notes from the 2020 campaign, including former Senate staffer Tara Reade's response to Joe Biden denying her allegations of sexual assault, Michigan Rep. Justin Amash's decision to enter the presidential race as a libertarian, and more.
Apr 10, 2020
The Quarantined Campaign
The coronavirus pandemic has upended what the 2020 campaign is going to look like this year and how Americans cast their votes. George Gerbo breaks down what states have made changes to their primary elections and recaps the debacle in Wisconsin this week. He's then joined by Washington Times national politics reporter Seth McLaughlin to explain why Bernie Sanders decided to drop out of the presidential race now and how things look for both President Trump and Joe Biden moving forward as the nominees.
Mar 11, 2020
Biden's beat goes on as Sanders prepares his last stand
Joe Biden won four more Democratic presidential primaries and has the nomination in sight, but Bernie Sanders vows to continue to press on. Washington Times digital editor Ian Bishop joins George Gerbo to break down the former vice president's victories in Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, and Idaho; Sanders' win and lead in North Dakota and Washington state; whether Biden is better positioned than Hillary Clinton was in 2016; and why Bernie supporters aren't as willing to come together and unite the Democratic party.
Mar 4, 2020
Super Tuesday: Biden roars back into the lead
In one night, the winds of the Democratic presidential primary shifted dramatically, as former Vice President Joe Biden - whose campaign was left for dead by many just a few weeks ago - won 10 states and took the delegate lead for the first time on Super Tuesday. George Gerbo and Washington Times national politics reporter Seth McLaughlin break down what happened in each of the Super Tuesday states, including Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' wins in four states, including California, as well as former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg ending his campaign and the results from a few key down-ballot races.
Feb 26, 2020
Carolina Crosstalk: Candidates struggle to stand out in Palmetto State debate
For the first time, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders received the brunt of the attacks on the Democratic presidential debate stage, but opportunities for the other candidates to stand out were frequently lost in conversation. The Washington Times' Alex Swoyer joins George Gerbo to sort through all of the crosstalk, including Joe Biden staking his claim to victory, Sanders' standing by his comments on Cuban literacy programs, and Michael Bloomberg's steadier performance.
Feb 20, 2020
Vegas Fireworks: Democratic candidates spar in Sin City
What better place for a no-holds-barred debate between the top Democratic presidential contenders to break out than under the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip? Washington Times national politics reporter Seth McLaughlin covered the debate, and talks with George Gerbo about Michael Bloomberg's stumbles, Elizabeth Warren coming out on offense, Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar's back and forth sniping, and what topics could have received more attention.
Feb 12, 2020
New Hampshire Selects Sanders
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary, as he did in 2016, but this time, it comes with the momentum of being a frontrunner. George Gerbo talks with Washington Times politics editor S.A. Miller about Sanders' claim to the Democratic mantle, Pete Buttigieg sustaining his success from Iowa, Amy Klobuchar's surprising finish, and Joe Biden's listing campaign. Also, should Democrats be worried about the looming impact of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg?
Feb 6, 2020
Caucus Calamity: The Democratic presidential race stumbles out of the gate
The Iowa Caucuses, the much-heralded kickoff to the 2020 presidential race, unraveled into disaster and turned into a national punchline, with days-long delays in reporting accurate results due to problems with an app-based system. National political reporter Seth McLaughlin returns from the Hawkeye State and joins George Gerbo to dissect what happened, talk about the ascent of Pete Buttigieg, who along with Bernie Sanders declared victory, and look at where Joe Biden goes from here as the campaign shifts to New Hampshire.
Jan 30, 2020
Sanders Surge: Bernie takes the lead in Iowa
With time ticking down to the first presidential nominating contest - the Iowa caucuses - Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has taken a slight lead in the polls across the Hawkeye State. George Gerbo talks with Washington Times national politics reporter Seth McLaughlin on the ground in Iowa about what's behind Sanders's surge and why Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren has lost her luster in the state.
Jan 16, 2020
First-in-the-nation: Where the 2020 Democrats stand headed into the Iowa caucuses
In the premiere episode of The Washington Times Campaign 2020 podcast, George Gerbo talks with national politics reporter Seth McLaughlin in Iowa as they recap the final Democratic presidential debate before the caucuses there, as well as how the candidates rate in the polls as Iowans prepare to cast the first votes of the election season.