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How Biden Can Stage A Comeback

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How Biden Can Stage A Comeback

How Biden Can Stage A Comeback

Joe Biden is no longer considered the Democratic frontrunner for President of the United States.

He lost in Iowa.

He lost in New Hampshire.

Politico says his South Carolina fire wall is allegedly crumbling.

The most recent poll in Nevada puts Biden in second place at 18 percent.

The National Review says that he can stage a comeback.


He has to finish second in Nevada, win South Carolina solidly, and win above 15% in every single Super Tuesday state.


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