The young mayor is getting it from ALL sides….
Biden was on his case yesterday?
Good poll numbers generate political hits now…
The no political attacks thing is gone with voting starts….
Ahead of Tuesday’s first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire, Democratic presidential frontrunners Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg continued to take swipes at each other over campaign finance and other issues, continuing their tiff from Friday’s Democratic debate.
Speaking with “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace in New Hampshire, Sanders touted his campaign’s grassroots fundraising base as he sought to distinguish himself from his fellow candidates.
“I am enormously proud of the fact that my campaign, as of today, has received more campaign contributions from more people, averaging all of $18.50, than any candidate in the history of the United States of America,” the Vermont senator said Sunday.
Sanders has mounted a formidable small-donor fundraising machine. His campaign last week announced it raised $25 million in January from nearly 650,000 donors — his best fundraising month of the campaign.
Picking up on a line of attack he used in Friday’s debate in New Hampshire, Sanders slammed Buttigieg on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“I will also point out that I am running against a candidate, Pete Buttigieg, among others, who has raised contributions from more than 40 billionaires, including the CEOs of some of the largest drug companies in America,” Sanders told host Jake Tapper.
The former mayor of South Bend, Ind., defended himself Sunday, telling Wallace that he’s “building a campaign that’s not defined by who we reject.”…..