Senator Bernie Sanders won the primaries on Tuesday night, with Pete Buttigieg very close second. Buttigieg narrowly beat Sanders in Iowa, but both campaigns have asked for a partial recanvass of results.
It comes as a shock given that in the 2016 New Hampshire primary Sanders received 60% of the total vote. Candidates who fail to reach 15 percent of the vote don't get any delegates.
Limbaugh's remarks were played on Thursday morning's edition of ABC's The View shortly before Biden's interview, and the former vice president referenced those remarks at the beginning of his segment.
So how good are New Hampshire voters at narrowing down the final representatives from each party?
They talked about him having a "ceiling" of support, and how the majority would ultimately coalesce around a moderate candidate.
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They are male minorities, 15 to 25. "The Curious Case of #MiniMike Bloomberg ", Wicked tweeted with the video . He added: "Put those cops where the crime is, which is in the minority neighbourhoods".
Pete Buttigieg finished a strong second, but his success outside the first two states is still an open question. Neither did Sen. Warren, in a similar blow to her campaign. Amy Klobuchar with 20% of the vote.
Democratic candidates, she warned, can not "burn down the rest of the party" in order to win.
For candidates trailing after Iowa, the stakes are high in New Hampshire, leading to high drama and media attention.
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From "it's my civic duty as an American" to "it's my first vote" to simply a desire to see a change in Washington, many who who cast a ballot Tuesday in New Hampshire had a special and deeply personal reason for voting. At that time, some states with large groups of non-white voters will hold primaries. TMJ4'S Charles Benson talked with a key Democratic party leader who just returned for New Hampshire who feels confident about the road to Milwaukee.
The Minnesota senator campaigned energetically in the last few days before the vote, adding stops in three cities between Sunday and Tuesday. With Sanders favored to win the Nevada caucus on February 22, Warren can still play a big role in this campaign, even if her distant fourth-place finish in New Hampshire appears to leave her with no viable path to the Democratic nomination.
"We have beaten the odds every step of the way", Klobuchar told supporters in Concord. "Where I come from, that's the opening bell, not the closing bell".