Bernie Sanders Beats Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar In Close N.H. Primary – Day That Was | MSNBC

Bernie Sanders Beats Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar In Close N.H. Primary - Day That Was | MSNBC 1


Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire Democratic primary by a margin of about 4,000 votes, or less than 2 percentage points, over Pete Buttigieg. Buttigieg was closely bunched with the third-place candidate, Amy Klobuchar, allowing all three to claim momentum going into South Carolina. Aired on 2/11/20.
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Bernie Sanders Beats Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar In Close N.H. Primary – Day That Was | MSNBC

52 Comments on "Bernie Sanders Beats Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar In Close N.H. Primary – Day That Was | MSNBC"

  1. Bernie is winning. Are Chris Mathews and Chuck Todd now on suicide watch…?

  2. Here’s the big MSM question right now: who’s the media going to be in love with more as the great centrist hope – Pete or Amy?

  3. Fuuuk the Establishment | February 12, 2020 at 7:12 AM | Reply

    Bernie 2020 all day everyday!!! 🤗 🤗 🤗

  4. It’s time to give power back to the working class! #healthcareisahumanright #cancelstudentdebt

    • The working class blue collar crowd is doing just fine under President Trump. We don’t need any hate mongers, career politicians and least of all a socialist to ruin that. Be careful what you vote for.

    • Go and vist a socialist country

    • @TheTribe8080 who was in office when the banks were bailed out? Banks and auto makers should not have been bailed out, that I agree. Don’t psycho analyze someone based on your screwy thoughts.

      Next you will be calling me a “racist”….. the left is just….. comical!

    • @giffjp I never said that but it’s just ironic how you’re a republican with this ideology when your party bails out banks and gives tax breaks to the rich.

  5. Nice to hear from some of those that do actual journalism at MSNBC rather than just establishment gatekeeping from the likes of Chuck Todd or rank insane fearmongering from Chris Matthews.

    • Todd called his supporters Nazi Brownshirts, when Bernie is a descendant of people who died in the Holocaust. Sickening!

  6. Mohammed Moussa | February 12, 2020 at 7:14 AM | Reply

    I tough we are supposed to support the winner! I would like for MSNBC to talk more about the winner than to focus on the looser and what the can do to catchup. Support Sanders!!!

    • @Andrew Rourke
      So to your comment Germany has already been taken down, correct?
      Because Germany has universal health, child and elder care, strong labor union and worker protection rights, at least one year paternal leave, a fairly good working infra structure and at least somewhat acceptable plans to fight climate change.
      So far as I know their economy is doing quite well right now. I actually know that because I live in Germany, too.
      What Sanders wants to accomplish is what we here in Germany already have since decades.
      You want to know why the Social Democrats in Germany messed up that much?
      Quite simple. They made Gerhard Schröder the chancellor and their party leader. His neoliberal right wing politics crushed the Social Democratic Party and now it struggles hard to find its place because the Christian Democratic Party moved more to the left under the leadership of Angela Merkel and took parts of the Social Democratic voters.
      And other parts moved to the Green party and the Left party.
      It can be said that the Green party is the new Social Democratic Party.
      And I wouldn’t be surprised if the Green party becomes the strongest party in the German Parliament (Bundestag) in the near future and even presents the next chancellor.
      Even a coalition between all the left parties might become possible at the federal level in Germany after the next election.
      And that wouldn’t be that bad. Germany actually needs to strengthen and expand its social programs like the social housing program and the universal care insurance.
      And the minimum wage needs to be raised up to at least €12.50, maybe even up to €14.00. And Germany is missing a proper wealth tax. Billionaires are a system failure and shouldn’t exist as a class. This applies to Germany, too.

    • @Ewald Bracko Germany´s Utopian System is collapsingn rapidly. Millions of retirees are on the streets with the homeless. Unlike 50 years ago, not everyone can afford universal medicare.

    • @Andrew Rourke
      Stop painting everything as black as the night!
      As I told you I AM LIVING THERE!
      Although the system is far from being perfect (too much administrative health care costs for example because Germany has around 100 competing non profit insurers and eye glasses, dental care and hearing aids are only partially included) it works quite well and is in my opinion far superior to the system in the USA.
      And sorry, but it isn’t true that millions of people are on the streets right now!
      Yeah, Germany has to think about solutions for its housing crisis and the rising rents caused by it. One solution could be to implement a better public transportation system because in rural regions many houses are empty. Another solution could be that the government both on state and federal level invests much more in public owned social housing programs to build new affordable houses and flats.
      Those programs are more likely to be implemented when left oriented parties gain control over the government because those parties usually put the people before the corporations. And it’s actually not the case that Germany can’t afford those things.
      CDU/CSU were way too long in the government right now and blocked most of the necessary progress on that front. Their neoliberal oriented politics which favors corporations over people actually led to that housing crisis.
      Some idiots like Söder for example even sold public social housing assets to private investors and that only increased the crisis.
      But as I already said, living in Germany is still far better than living in the USA right now.

  7. Remind turnout!! Yes!! Finally some great candidates on the democratic for people to come out in droves to vote. #Bernie2020 #notmeus #medicareforall #nomorewars

  8. Lawrence speaking truth

  9. Sanders WON Iowa and NH and is behind in delegates? FTBS

    • Tessmage Tessera | February 12, 2020 at 1:57 PM | Reply

      Buttigieg got a few more delegates in Iowa, because Iowa was a total clusterfuck. He didn’t get more delegates in NH, however. And Buttigieg will not do well in most other states, where he is polling as low as 4% in many of them.

    • Jonathan Villegas | February 12, 2020 at 2:00 PM | Reply

      @Bye Golly Not a single person has questioned that. Actually, everyone NEEDS to know that in order to be upset. So you really aren’t offering new insights. People are upset that it works that way and that votes are not equal.

  10. Beverly Vinson | February 12, 2020 at 7:41 AM | Reply

    MR. PRESIDENT..Bernie Sanders!! 2020!!!🔵🔵🔵✌✌✌👍👍👍👏👏👏

    • Beverly Vinson | February 12, 2020 at 1:12 PM | Reply

      @Tom what kind of plan dies the orange criminal have? To keep giving tax breaks to rich . Take away healthcare . And what has trump done fir you to want him another 4chaotic yrs? .
      Tell ys what plan trump has. I hear him bitchun , calling names and being the laughing stock of the world because hes a criminal AND a joke .

  11. Armand Bireaud | February 12, 2020 at 7:54 AM | Reply

    MSNBC : Bernie Sanders plummets to 1st place ! Is his campaign doomed to fail ?

  12. How does Pete have more delegates than Sanders when Sanders won both Iowa and NH? The DNC is a joke.

  13. Gombal Mukiyo72 | February 12, 2020 at 8:07 AM | Reply

    I heard Wall Street “People” don’t like Bernie Sanders

  14. Fire Chuck Todd and Chris Matthews!!!

  15. Twisted Operator | February 12, 2020 at 8:35 AM | Reply

    Hey MSNBC does post accurate videos sometimes.

  16. K!ng Knowledge | February 12, 2020 at 8:36 AM | Reply

    25% Of Hillary Supporters Didn’t Back Obama In 2008 In Voted For John McCain #Fact

  17. It’s great to see MSNBC post a video about Bernie Sanders that doesn’t smear or dismiss him.

  18. #FeelTheBurn

  19. #Bernie2020 🇺🇸

  20. MSM: Bernie under performed by willing 1st place
    MSM: Klobuchar won a remarkable 3rd place


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