Donna Brazile calls Biden comeback 'most impressive 72 hours' of politics she's ever seen

Fox News contributor and former interim Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairwoman Donna BrazileDonna Lease BrazileEx-Pence aide: Trump spent 45 minutes of task force meeting 'going off on Tucker Carlson' instead of talking coronavirus How Biden decided on Harris Trump tweets 'we all miss' Ailes after swiping at Fox MORE late Tuesday called Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden says voters should choose who nominates Supreme Court justice Trump, Biden will not shake hands at first debate due to COVID-19 Joe Biden should enact critical government reforms if he wins MORE’s comeback in the Democratic presidential primary the “most impressive 72 hours I’ve ever seen in U.S. politics.” 

Brazile called the former vice president's unexpected win in Massachusetts the climax to an impressive performance on Super Tuesday.

"A candidate who was simply hanging by his little bit of supporters came back," Brazile said during the network's coverage.


Brazile said she was most shocked by his "impressive wins tonight, in states that I didn't even think Joe Biden had a presence in.”

Biden was projected to win in several Super Tuesday states including Texas, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, North Carolina, Arkansas and Oklahoma. Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersTrump, Biden will not shake hands at first debate due to COVID-19 Sanders tells Maher 'there will be a number of plans' to remove Trump if he loses Sirota reacts to report of harassment, doxing by Harris supporters MORE (I-Vt.) is predicted to come out on top in his home state of Vermont as well as in Colorado, Utah and California. Maine was too close to call. 

Brazile predicted a “big battle for delegates” as the two candidates compete in later races, including the races on March 10 in Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Idaho, North Dakota and Washington state. 

But she said “the biggest prize” will come on St. Patrick’s Day when delegates from Ohio, Illinois, Florida and Arizona are awarded. 

"This race is not over," Brazile said. "It's still fluid, but clearly we now have two top delegate trackers that we need to take a look at."


The former vice president had a rough start to the 2020 primary season, earning fourth and fifth places in Iowa and New Hampshire, respectively, as Sanders soared, winning the popular vote in Iowa and the delegate vote in New Hampshire.

But Biden started his comeback with a win in South Carolina last weekend, his first of the season. 

Following that victory, Biden’s fellow moderate candidates, former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegBillionaire who donated to Trump in 2016 donates to Biden The Hill's Morning Report - Sponsored by Facebook - GOP closes ranks to fill SCOTUS vacancy by November Buttigieg stands in as Pence for Harris's debate practice MORE and Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy Klobuchar3 reasons why Biden is misreading the politics of court packing Social media platforms put muscle into National Voter Registration Day Battle lines drawn on precedent in Supreme Court fight MORE (D-Minn.), dropped out of the race and endorsed the former vice president in an effort to consolidate the moderate vote to prevent Sanders from winning the Democratic nomination.