Joe Biden abruptly reduced his campaign schedule this week just days before the New Hampshire primary; raising questions over the former Vice President’s ability to compete against Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg in the Granite State.
“Biden spent Thursday gathered with his top advisers at his home in Wilmington, Del., seeking a reset and perhaps a last-ditch effort to save his candidacy, beginning with a debate Friday night. He held no public events,” reports MSN.
“Following dismal results in the Iowa caucuses that have rattled many in his orbit, his campaign is now simultaneously trying to lower expectations here — with some suggesting they would consider a finish as low as third place a victory — while also bracing for a second straight difficult Election Day,” adds the website.
Biden referred to the Iowa Caucus as a “gut punch” at an event earlier this week.
With over 90% of the results in, Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders remain tied for first place, followed by Elizabeth Warren in third place and Joe Biden in fourth.
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