Biden Admits Likely Defeat In NH Primary Debate

2020 presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden started off the Democrat debate in Manchester, New Hampshire, on a low note.

Coming off his big loss in the Iowa caucuses, Biden feels he is going to lose the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday night.

Biden spent a lot of time in Iowa while some of his competitors were trapped in Washington, D.C., at the Senate impeachment trial.

Biden tried to boost his political viability by challenging Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on the cost of the senator’s Medicare for All plan and by criticizing President Trump’s decision to move Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman from the White House.

Watch Biden’s comments on Medicare for All:

Here’s Biden criticizing President Trump’s decision on Vindman.

The anti-Trump media is openly discussing the challenges Democrats will have in regard to beating President Trump in November.

ABC News’ White House Correspondent didn’t see a candidate on stage in New Hampshire that worries the president’s campaign.

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews worries about socialism.

The New Hampshire primary is expected to be close.

NBC News/Marist poll finds Sanders leading in New Hampshire with presidential candidate former Mayor Pete Buttigieg at a close second.

Biden knows his campaign is in deep trouble but admitting defeat shows exceptionally poor judgment on his part.