The field is shrinking and a former Vice President appears to be fading as the U.S. presidential campaign heads to Nevada.
“I believe Biden is done,” said former Congressman Mark Foley. “I think he was done long ago. I think his stumbles on the trail have made people very leery of putting him up against Trump.”
Foley, a Palm Beach County Republican, was a guest on theon Feb. 10. He joined the Los Angeles radio host to discuss the campaign.
Biden, veep to President Barack Obama, finished fourth in the Iowa Caucus and fifth in the New Hampshire primary. Next up are Nevada (Feb. 22) and South Carolina (Feb. 29).
“In my analysis South Carolina will be so deflated towards the Biden candidacy watching how he’s performed in three important states relative to the calendar,” Foley said. “I think there’s going to be a lack of enthusiasm and a reality check that we better switch horses somewhere.”
Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg leads in the
“The surprise candidate really for everyone is Pete Buttigieg who emerged out of Iowa,” Foley told the radio program. “He predicted his win out of Iowa that very night. It took them four days to calculate their results to award him what he already knew. It’s pretty exciting to watch. I don’t think it’s indicative of the final direction of the race.”
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Meanwhile, on another radio program, conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh got caught up in Buttigieg’s affection towards his spouse, Chasten. Limbaugh, who was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom at this year’s State of the Union address, said voters are not ready for a gay president.