Bloomberg faces opposition from fellow Dems ahead of Nevada caucus

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The first time in the history, Nevadans have the option to vote early in the Democratic presidential caucuses that starts from today through the 18th, prior to the February 22nd caucus date. Major Garrett breaks down some of the opposition the billionaire former Republican is facing over his unorthodox approach.

"Democracy is not candidates going to the homes of billionaires raising money", Sanders charged during a rally at a suburban Las Vegas high school.

Sanders said that he "didn't see Mike in Iowa when we were holding town meetings with folks there", and also criticized Bloomberg's absence in other key states including New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada. "Anybody making personal attacks against anybody else in my name is not part of our movement", Sanders said, denouncing such behavior in all campaigns. Sanders captured more than one-fourth of voters in the Democratic primary, about 40 percent of whom said health care was the issue that mattered most when choosing a candidate. "If any of my supporters did that, I'd disown them".

Klobuchar said she's raised $12 million since her better-than-expected finish in third place in New Hampshire. Flat disown them. The stuff that was said online, the way they threatened these two women who are leaders in that Culinary Union. "And I individually think he really should be on the debate stage".

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Biden knocked Bloomberg's past support of stop-and-frisk policing policies and his comments suggesting cracking down on racist mortgage lending practices, known as "redlining", contributed to the financial crisis, as well as his 2008 refusal to endorse Barack Obama for president.

Democratic presidential candidate, former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden walks onstage to participate in a candidate forum on infrastructure at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Sunday, Feb. 16, 2020, in Las Vegas.

Most of the other candidates avoided confrontations despite just a week until Nevada's caucus.

On Sunday, when questioned to identify a slip-up he had produced as mayor, Buttigieg acknowledged that he failed to realize the ache that his conclusions made, significantly for communities of shade. "I didn't normally listen to the voices who ended up talking about the story guiding the story", Buttigieg explained.

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