The race for the Democrat nomination for President is gelling faster than I expected. The weaker Democrat candidates are pulling out rapidly, and the race seems to be Biden, Sanders and Warren. Biden represents what now could be called the moderate wing of the Democrat party, which demonstrates how far to the Left the Party has swung. His problems are that he is too inept a campaigner, too old and looking it and brings too much baggage. The absurd business of the “whistle blower” informing on Trump’s attempt to get the Ukraine government to look into Joe Biden’s use of influence to stop the Ukraine government from looking into an American business of which his son Hunter, “earning” $50 K a month as an influence peddler, was a key player, may well have been chiefly aimed at Biden rather than Trump. Dumb old Joe was foolish enough to boast on tape of his threatening the Ukrainian government to fire the prosecutor. Biden is dead man walking politically and will be gone soon after Iowa and New Hampshire, if he lasts that long.
Between Warren and Sanders. Almost certainly Warren. Both are too far Left to win, but I think the big corporate money will rally around Warren. They would view Warren as a cynical opportunist, not truly believing the socialist pap she is pushing, while Sanders is a true believer. The Bernie supporters were infuriated when Clinton stole the race from Sanders, and I expect them to be no happier this time. So, Warren v. Trump. If Trump could pick his opponent, I think he would choose Warren. Once again, Trump’s luck in his adversaries seems to be a major factor.