on Saturday, was decided in the situation in the state of South Carolina, where Joe Biden, as expected, was the big winner. After all of the votes accounted for, had Biden, 48.4% of the vote, with the runner-up, Bernie Sanders of 19.9 per cent.
a Field is a group of seven candidates, after billionaire Tom Steyer announced in the night on Sunday that he was dropping out.
the Joe Bidens of successes in the area of South Carolina, declared, inter alia, " that the great african-american väljargruppen in the state came from behind him. According to the exit polls was the reason that, congressman James Clyburn, who is a prominent politician in the state, earlier this week endorsed candidate.”hurt me not”
However, the former vice-president, is still waiting to receive the backing of the former president, the election of Barack Obama.
Sunday was the Joe Biden of questions as to why Obama has not yet endorsed him.
"No, it offends me and I don't think it is the right time," says Biden, to ABC News.
He suggested, however, that they have had feedback in the past vicepresidentens candidacy for the presidency.
" He and I were talking about this in the first place. I will have to deal with it on their own, " says Biden.
According to the vice-president is waiting, he will move to Obama will soon make their position clear and to agree on a candidate to vote for.
" the President and I are close friends. And I have no doubt that when I win the nomination, he will be ready to be there fully for me, " he said.
to Use Obama's name
The former president's support could be of great importance for the candidate who will receive it. According to a poll from the Morning Consult, in October of last year, " said 73 per cent of the democratic voters likely to vote for a candidate that Obama has endorsed.
Several of the candidates have, however, tried to use Obama's name in their campaigns.
Joe Biden has been consistent in his campaign, talked about the fact that he was a part of the Obama administration, and has vowed to continue to build on Obama's legacy, like the public health insurance system, Obamacare.
billionaire, Michael Bloomberg, has used president Obama's positive statements about him over the years, in television commercials, which have been sent in to the various states of the country.
Joe Biden, won the presidential primary election in the united states, by far.
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