With the national pandemic emergency, it’s kind of hard to believe there’s still an election going on. Many states have moved their primaries, so things have been stalled at the moment and both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have been pretty quiet lately.
Sanders emerged last night as Seth Meyers’ first “social distancing” remote guest and told the Late Night host he believes he still has a path to victory to the DNC’s nomination.
“We have a path,” Sanders said to Meyers, then added that “it is, admittedly, a narrow path.”
“We have a strong grassroots movement who believe that we have got to stay in the race,” Sanders continued.
He then went on to talk about his Medicare for All plan.
Sanders has a tough delegate deficit to overcome if he wants to beat Biden. Currently, he’s around 300 behind the former vice president.