Friday, October 7, 2022

US election race began after Joe Biden announces his intention to run


Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at

The Los Angeles Times saw the first candidate in the US presidential election in 2020 as the defeat of Donald Trump.

The newspaper considered that the election race began almost after the announcement of Joe Biden, the former vice president, his intention to compete for the presidential elections.

The New York Times saw the racetrack not only as a stronghold, but also full of stunning diversity between seasoned politicians like Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders; senators making their way to the White House, such as Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren.

Once the campaign is launched, Democratic voters will be asked to choose between the views of the contenders. Whatever the outcome, the most important thing is that the final candidate can defeat Donald Trump, whom the newspaper deemed to be uniquely unqualified and who governs in a way that calls for national division.

The newspaper said that the question to be asked by voters in the race to get the nomination of the Democratic Party next year is: “Can this candidate could defeat Trump?

The Times has outlined the importance of attracting young voters whose enthusiastic participation in the midterm elections last year resulted in the Democrats’ re-election of the House of Representatives; and other arguments that it is important for Democrats to choose a female candidate to reap the votes of female voters.

The newspaper favored a democratic candidate as a model of urbanization and respect for dissenting views, as did incumbent President Trump.

The long way to the 2020 elections has just begun,  20 candidates to nominate the Democratic Party must prove they have the qualities the country need.

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