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2020 Democratic candidate, Sen. Cory Booker, joins Morning Joe to discuss why he says the race is still wide open and why he says he can best unite his party. Aired on 11/04/19.
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41 Comments on "Sen. Booker: The 2020 Race Is Still Wide Open | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. Don’t compare the 2020 election with the previous ones. Nothing is the same anymore wit Trump.

  2. One impeachment per generation? I am 51 years old, this is the third impeachment in my lifetime. It says something about the moral of the presidents in the last 50 years, much worse than in the 150 years before.

    • Presidents probably got away with more in the past, because the eyes of the country did not have so many media possibilities to follow them. I would imagine it was easier to hide wrong-doings in those times.

    • I think what they mean by “generation” is every twenty thirty years
      just sayin
      A generation is “all of the people born and living at about the same time, regarded collectively.” It can also be described as, “the average period, generally considered to be about thirty years, during which children are born and grow up, become adults, and begin to have children of their own”.
      PS I remember three(including Donnie dementia) myself
      us old buggers, eh?

    • @macnavi
      worth consideration

  3. This is for Joe Only…. ,,,,Scooby,,,Nicto,,,Skittles…High Five…!!!!

  4. In 1957 the US invented the internet.  Since then they had little understanding of
    how powerful it is for people to being able to communicate directly with one

    After the social revolution of the ‘60’s the US government
    has been on campaign of dumbing down the education system of this country.

    When Mosaic has released, the first internet browser to
    transmit text and images on a page along with hyperlinks, the US congress tried
    to scare US citizen away from using the internet sighting “… the dangers of
    internet addiction…”  The murderous duos
    responsible for the Columbine massacre were falsely portrayed in the movie of
    being sensitive nerds and internet hacks.

    While the US government tried simultaneously to scare US
    citizens from the internet and look for ways to control this new tool Russia
    embraced this technology and encouraged its best minds to master the

    This demonstration of the Russians being able to influence
    US elections is troubling.  Especially if
    the Republican Party is too afraid of losing their seats to do their sworn duty
    to defend the constitution of these United States.

    It now appears Rudy Giuliani has always
    been corrupt.  Prosecuting is mob bosses’
    rivals while keeping his Don’s interests free of investigations and prosecution.

    Now that we have a criminal businessman bought and paid for
    by the Russians in White House with access to all of our government and
    military secret internet vaults and servers. 
    What access does Putin have to US troop movements, election electronic counting
    systems, and US finical trading markets.

    Russians have put their fingerprints on the tainted American
    election process as a demonstration of what they can do.  tRump’s presidential win is the Russian show
    of force.

  5. So forgive me Joe, I’m in your age group…Scooby, Nicto, Skittles..Runnnnnn…Respect…thx…to yawll…..!!!!!,,,,Remember,,Scooby, Nicto,, pass da Skittles….

  6. Remember 3 years ago when t’rump said he had a great new healthcare plan to replace the ACA? Whatever happened to that? 🤔
    It’s almost as if there was no such plan to begin with. 😆😝

  7. Wake me up when the candidate-selection have gone down to five…

    (Night cap on)

  8. who, in the democratic party, can win deeply red states? deep red folks are cultists who believe their tiny donnie is a victim of an evil world. donnie is the icon of their superstitious world.

    • jensonee Deep red states are mostly in the south. The south has a lot of black folks. That’s how.

    • @Margo: 🇬🇧 What’s that supposed to mean ? That the old white corrupt leaders find it easy to gerrymander and suppress that black population ? From what I saw of the first US election I’ve ever watched last Nov that did seem to be the case. 🌊🌊🌊🌊

    • Sara Pulford I know. It’s a real problem here. BUT, enough people got their votes counted to place several democrats in office and gave Pelosi back the speaker’s gavel in the House. Hopefully, we can do the same in 2020. I feel for you too, politically speaking, I mean. ✌️

    • @Margo : Thanks for the political sympathy Margo. I’m feeling quite sick at the moment knowing Boris is another Trump where manipulating things are concerned. I’ve been watching America since last spring because I couldn’t watch the Brexit news and I was tickled pink about the blue wave in Nov which gave you back the House with Grandma Nancy as Speaker. She is also a manipulator but fortunately it’s for the good of your country. When people were condemning her for not moving I was posting “Just be patient” comments as I could feel her quiet anger and that she was waiting for Trump to open his big silly mouth and put his foot in it. And he finally did. I don’t know if he will ever be impeached but I am quite positive that he will not be standing for re-election next year. And you will be rid of him. I’m hoping you get Warren but Sanders would also be OK but I’m afraid he might be too old. I’m sure it won’t be Biden as I think Trump’s spite has stoped his efforts. And he’s also too old. Warren’s no chicken but she’s certainly got plenty of energy.
      Take Care Margo. 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊

    • Sara Pulford Sara, I’m for Warren too. I think she’s got the right amount of political savvy and intelligence to make a great president. Can we get a woman president, please?! At least you don’t have that problem in your country. Boris is as arrogant an a-hole as Trump is. I hope you’re soon rid of him too.

  9. I hate how the healthcare debate is labeled “heathcare”, when the debate is actually about heath insurance coverage, and not about the care people are receiving.

  10. I like Booker but still feel he makes a better senator right now.

  11. why Mika talking to senator like his her child? wtf?!

  12. I’m yang gang but I respect this man

  13. The person elect is the one who can balance the budget and keep the military out of the equation.

  14. médiatique .video | November 4, 2019 at 3:31 PM | Reply

    Can’t wait for you all to have Bernie on…

  15. Isn’t Bernie already creating excitement and has the largest grass roots campaign?

  16. *American aren’t sure who to vote for? Oh my how about ANYONE before your country becomes a Dictatorship under Trump*

  17. gourmet cavewoman | November 4, 2019 at 4:04 PM | Reply

    More disease 😫😫 from industrial processed foods

  18. Just My Opinion | November 4, 2019 at 4:45 PM | Reply

    When do we vote for our primary choice to decide who’s going to run against Trump?

  19. Anthony Spidell | November 4, 2019 at 5:13 PM | Reply

    First question should be how much money has each candidate received from the Pharmaceutical and Oil industries?


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