Bernie Sanders, the clear front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination after his commanding victory in Nevada on Saturday, often says the principal reason he can beat President Donald Trump in a general election is that he will massively increase voter turnout.
As Sen. Bernie Sanders emerges from his commanding victory in last weekend's Nevada caucuses, the Democratic establishment and the party's sizable moderate wing are increasingly anxious over his steady march to the presidential nomination -- yet they lack any sort of cohesive plan to stop him.
Senator Bernie Sanders leads the delegate race after a win in the Nevada caucuses. MSNBC's Ari Melber reports on how Sanders has taken "the widest victory margin of any race thus far" and how people can debate "polls" and rhetoric about the "frontrunner" Read more
Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro reacted Monday to Sen. Bernie Sanders' convincing win in the Nevada caucuses over the weekend, suggesting that Democrats are now "married" to the senator from Vermont as he heads into Super Tuesday as the undisputed frontrunner for the party's presidential nomination.