Las vegas – Peter Butsig described Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg as “polarizing” during this week’s raging Democratic debate in Las Vegas. On Friday, the former South Bend mayor said in an interview with CBS News that “We as a country are going to be in a lot of trouble if the only option we are presenting to people is to see someone who is a party. And someone who wants to burn it. “
In the first two nominating contests, Batigiag came out of the Iowa caucus with the most delegates and the second came to New Hampshire. Sanders led the popular vote in both contests, while Bloomberg was not on the ballot in those states.
Batigiag said Sanders is “a front-runner by many measures right now.”
“I’m the only candidate who has beaten him at all and he was by the lowest margin in the count of reps in Iowa,” Batigiag said.
“We need to ask ourselves as a party whether we want us to compete against Donald Trump or is there a better way.”
“I’m providing a better way,” he said, on the eve of.
Nomination contests in Nevada are a high-stakes day for all candidates, as the state is far more diverse than the previous two nominee contests and can provide a better picture of how a Democratic candidate may fare nationally. is.
Bernie Sanders is leading the vote in the state.
Buttigiag said that it is “not his place” to tell other campaigns whether they should not reach feasibility in Nevada. But, he said, the campaign “considers Nevada a very important state on the road through South Carolina and on Super Tuesday, and we’ve also got to arouse the reality that we may be just another week and a half away.” Bernie Sanders has a dominating leadership in this progress and even though he has found a very strong base of support, it is clearly not the case that most Democrats Do you want to. “
Buttigiag warned that after the super demo, most Democrats don’t want to get up on Wednesday morning, where Mike Bloomberg and Bernie Sanders, among them, have won the race.
Earlier on Friday, Bloomberg said that his company had identified three women who had unlawful agreements with the company and would release them from the agreements if asked. Batigiag said “it’s hard to believe” that would be enough.
But, he said, “Do we really want to spend the next few months coming forward in the election to debate which billionaires have created a worse environment for women? I think we can do a lot better and I think That part of it is an actual nominee is Democratic to Democratic nomination. “