Michael Briggs, Sanders’ communications director, said in an email, “We did what the D.C. law requires in order to get Bernie on the ballot and we are confident he will be on the ballot”. She also suggested that Sanders was exclusively focused on combatting income inequality and not doing enough to address issues like guns and, especially, racial discrimination. Well, this is NY.
Supporters filled the Apollo for a chance to hear Clinton speak.
“New York City has made one of the biggest donations to the Democratic Party and his name is Donald Trump”, he told reporters before Clinton arrived, repeating the line a second time once Clinton was within earshot.
Democrat Hillary Clinton heads to Harlem with an appearance at the Apollo Theater while Republican John Kasich plans to make a stop at Gino’s Pizzeria and Restaurant in Howard Beach, Queens before an evening Town Hall meeting. It’s cynical, it’s wrong and it goes against everything NY and America stand for. Cruz has more than doubled his support since the February Marquette poll, which showed Trump leading Cruz 30 percent to 19 percent. “The economy is recovering, but wages aren’t growing with it. As President, Hillary Clinton will make the investments needed to create jobs and opportunities for all Americans, not just the elite few”. Those who wish to attend may sign up through Clinton’s campaign website.
Bernie Sanders is on a roll. “He’s going to tax Wall Street? We’re not living in the jungle”.
In 2008, Barack Obama had an office in Tippecanoe County.
Kiara Balliram, 29, came to the rally from New Jersey to see how Clinton speaks and meet some of her supporters. Bernie Sanders hopeful message and deep liberal ideals give him a popular boost in this delegate rich area.
“I believe that I will be the Democratic nominee”, Clinton said in an interview on MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” Wednesday night, according to a transcript of the interview. “I will do both”, Clinton said. Clinton, having previously served in the U.S. Senate for NY, took a large majority from Brooklyn during her senate races.