Biden: "I think we've had enough debates"

Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden speaks about the coronavirus pandemic at an event in Wilmington Del. March 12

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Bernie Sanders said at a press conference Wednesday that he will not suspend his presidential campaign after a second consecutive week of bruising primary losses to Joe Biden, telling reporters that he looks forward to Sunday's one-on-one debate.

"I think we should get on with this", Joe Biden says when asked if there should be more Democratic debates. I haven't thought about any more debates. "I think we should get on with this", Biden told reporters Wednesday.

"If there is a debate in April, he plans to be there", Sanders communications director Mike Casca said Tuesday.

Although Sanders won the Democrats Abroad primary this week, Biden has 1,174 pledged delegates to the senator's 862.

The Democratic National Committee has not scheduled a debate, nor has it said that it would not sanction any new ones.

Biden, quite notably, became vice president of the United States under President Obama when he left the Senate in 2009.

His supporters have called on Sanders to drop out of the race, but Biden has said that decision is up to the senator.

Biden has been trying to boost his visibility this week, in an effort to counter Trump's dominance of the airwaves. While several states have postponed their primaries as a precaution to prevent the spread of the virus, the former vice president remains ahead of Sen.

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