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Former Democrat Candidate Andre Yang Says Joe Biden Can’t Beat Trump In Presidential Election

Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang expressed doubts about President Joe Biden’s ability to defeat Donald Trump in the upcoming election. Yang’s statement comes amidst growing political discussions.

Yang’s Endorsement of Phillips

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Andrew Yang recently endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Dean Phillips of Minnesota. He has started campaigning with Phillips, highlighting his support.

Phillips as the Choice to Beat Trump

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During a campaign event in Manchester, New Hampshire, Yang stated that Phillips represents the best chance to defeat Trump. He emphasized Phillips’ potential in the upcoming election.

Concerns About Age in Electoral Race

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Yang criticized the current political landscape, dominated by candidates in their 80s. He argued this does not reflect the preferences of most Americans.

Predictions for New Hampshire Primary

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Yang predicted significant momentum for Phillips’ campaign in New Hampshire. He suggested that Biden might perform worse than typical incumbents in the state’s primary.

The Need for a Strong Democratic Nominee

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Yang highlighted the importance of having a Democratic nominee capable of defeating Trump. He expressed skepticism about Biden’s ability to be that candidate.

Dean Phillips’ Political Profile

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Phillips, a 54-year-old, three-term congressman, entered the Democratic nomination race last October. He aims to attract New Hampshire’s independent voters in the Democratic primary.

Yang’s Stance on Supporting Biden

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When asked about supporting Biden if Phillips doesn’t get the nomination, Yang did not directly respond. He emphasized his commitment to preventing Trump’s return to the White House.

DNC’s Change and New Hampshire’s Defiance

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The DNC’s decision to make South Carolina the first primary led to New Hampshire’s defiance. The state’s Secretary of State set its primary date regardless of this change.

The Crowded New Hampshire Ballot

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Twenty-one Democratic candidates, including Phillips and Marianne Williamson, will appear on the New Hampshire primary ballot. This diversity of candidates highlights the state’s unique political landscape.

Biden’s Write-In Campaign in New Hampshire

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Despite Biden’s absence from the ballot, his supporters have initiated a write-in campaign in New Hampshire. This move shows the continued support for the President within the party.

Phillips’ View on New Hampshire Primary

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Phillips told his supporters that the New Hampshire primary, deemed meaningless by the Democrats, might prove to be quite significant. He sees potential in the state’s primary outcome.

Bill Ackman’s Endorsement and Donation

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Billionaire Bill Ackman recently endorsed Phillips, contributing $1 million to a PAC supporting him. Ackman’s support marks a significant investment in Phillips’ campaign.

Ackman’s Statement on Phillips

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In a statement, Ackman detailed his reasons for believing Phillips would make an “outstanding President.” He described his donation as a major investment at a crucial moment.

The High Stakes of the Democratic Primary

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The dynamics of the Democratic primary are becoming increasingly complex. With Yang’s endorsement of Phillips and the involvement of high-profile figures like Ackman, the race is heating up.

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