Marquette Law School poll: Dems edge President Trump in potential 2020 matches

Joe Biden participated in CNN's climate town hall with Anderson Cooper

Marquette Law School poll: Dems edge President Trump in potential 2020 matches

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's left eye filled up with blood while answering a question at CNN's climate town hall Wednesday night.

Among voters who lean Democratic, Warren now has 24 percent support, up from 17 percent last month, according to the poll.

In an interview to air on "CBS This Morning" on Thursday, the 2020 hopeful told co-host Anthony Mason why he believes he has what it will take to beat President Trump.

The poll also gauged voters' reaction to national issues such as gun control proposals, tariffs, immigration and the economy.

"It's because I'm focused on solving the problems that they see around them every day". That's why I'm getting thousands of Trump voters as well as Independents and Libertarians and Democrats and progressives. "I think there's no compromise, this is one we have to just push, push, and push". In October of a year ago, prior to entering the race, Biden said that age is "a totally legitimate thing to raise". The margin of error involving the full sample is +/- 3.9 percentage points.

Yang remained confident, arguing that Biden's arguments hinge nearly exclusively on his position under former President Barack Obama during their administration.

Some environmental leaders who encouraged Democratic candidates to refuse fossil fuel money say Goldman's involvement in Thursday's fundraiser violates the spirit of Biden's commitment. "Which is a move, literally, backwards in time".

Yang continued, "These things have happened, and we're going to have to address them".

"We're going to have to solve the problems that got Donald Trump elected", he says.

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