Sunday shows - Tuesday elections, coronavirus response dominate

Sunday shows - Tuesday elections, coronavirus response dominate
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Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersPoll: 73 percent of Democratic voters would consider voting for Biden in the 2024 primary Overnight Defense: US launches another airstrike in Somalia | Amendment to expand Pentagon recusal period added to NDAA | No. 2 State Dept. official to lead nuclear talks with Russia US launches second Somalia strike in week MORE (I-Vt.) appeared on multiple political talk shows on Sunday morning ahead of Democratic presidential contests on Tuesday in six states, including Michigan.Top health officials also weighed in on the latest in the coronavirus outbreak.Read The Hill's complete coverage below.Sanders predicts victory in MichiganBy ZACK BUDRYK Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Sunday predicted that he would win the Michigan presidential primary on Tuesday, adding that he would not withdraw from the 2020 race if he lost in the Great Lakes State.Read the full story here  Sanders criticizes Biden's voting record: 'People want somebody' who can make 'tough decisions in tough times'By JUSTINE COLEMAN Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) criticized former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden authorizes up to 0M for Afghan refugees Poll: 73 percent of Democratic voters would consider voting for Biden in the 2024 primary Biden flexes presidential muscle on campaign trail with Virginia's McAuliffe MORE’s voting record, saying on Sunday that “people want somebody” who can make “tough decisions in tough times.”Read the full story here  Sanders: Klobuchar and Buttigieg ended campaigns under 'great deal of pressure' from 'establishment'By ZACK BUDRYK Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said Sunday that the "establishment" placed “a great deal of pressure” on Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharHillicon Valley: Democrats introduce bill to hold platforms accountable for misinformation during health crises | Website outages hit Olympics, Amazon and major banks Competition laws could be a death knell for startup mergers and acquisitions Democrats introduce bill to hold platforms accountable for misinformation during health crises MORE (D-Minn.) and former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegJD Vance takes aim at culture wars, childless politicians Poll: 73 percent of Democratic voters would consider voting for Biden in the 2024 primary The Hill's Morning Report - High-profile COVID-19 infections spark new worries MORE to exit the presidential race and endorse former Vice President Joe Biden.Read the full story here  Civil rights activist Jesse Jackson endorses SandersBy JUSTINE COLEMAN "We are winning the support of grassroots America because we have an agenda that speaks to working people,” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said on ABC's "This Week." “[Jackson has] been a leader in helping to transform this country, an aide to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., so we’re proud."Read the full story here       Advertisement END -->Sanders on sexism facing female candidates: We're making progress, but 'it's too slow'By REBECCA KLAR Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said Sunday the country has made progress in terms of electing women but the progress has been “too slow.” Read the full story here  'I never expected in my life as an American to see a swastika at a major political rally,' Sanders saysBy REBECCA KLAR Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said Sunday he “never expected” to see a swastika at a major political rally, after a man was removed from the Democrat's presidential rally in Phoenix for unveiling a flag with the Nazi symbol.Read the full story here  Sanders says campaign is in communication with health officials about rallies amid coronavirus outbreakBy REBECCA KLAR  Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said Sunday his presidential campaign is in contact with public health officials in every place he has planned rallies as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread. Read the full story here  Fauci on shutting down coronavirus epicenters: 'Anything's possible'By ZACK BUDRYK Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said Sunday that he doubted the U.S. would have to impose measures as “draconian” as total shutdowns ordered in some regions in northern Italy to halt the spread of coronavirus, but said “anything is possible.”Read the full story here  Surgeon general: You're going to see more cases of coronavirus, but that 'doesn't mean we should panic'By REBECCA KLAR  Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams said Sunday that Americans should not panic as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases increases across the country. Read the full story here  Carson declines to 'preview' plan for virus-plagued ship's docking: 'We shouldn't have 16 people saying what the plan is'By JUSTINE COLEMAN  “I think it all needs to come from a solitary source,” Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben CarsonBen CarsonGovernment indoctrination, whether 'critical' or 'patriotic,' is wrong Noem takes pledge to restore 'patriotic education' in schools Watchdog blames Puerto Rico hurricane relief delays on Trump-era bureaucracy MORE said. “We shouldn’t have 16 people saying what the plan is, particularly when it hasn’t been fully formulated.”Read the full story here  Connecticut senator: 'We have no concept' of coronavirus scopeBy REBECCA KLAR Sen. Chris MurphyChristopher (Chris) Scott MurphyOvernight Defense: US launches another airstrike in Somalia | Amendment to expand Pentagon recusal period added to NDAA | No. 2 State Dept. official to lead nuclear talks with Russia US launches second Somalia strike in week On The Money: Senate braces for nasty debt ceiling fight | Democrats pushing for changes to bipartisan deal | Housing prices hit new high in June MORE (D-Conn.) said Sunday that officials have "no concept" of the scope of the coronavirus outbreak due to a lack of available tests. Read the full story here  Inslee urges bipartisanship to combat coronavirus, brushes off Trump criticism: 'It's background noise'By REBECCA KLAR "I really don't care too much what Donald Trump thinks of me, and we just kind of ignore that. It's background noise, because we really do need to work together, Republicans and Democrats. This is a national crisis," Washington Gov. Jay InsleeJay Robert InsleeThe Hill's Morning Report - Pelosi considers adding GOP voices to Jan. 6 panel Biden administration stokes frustration over Canada Here's what Congress is reading at the beach this summer MORE (D) said Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation."Read the full story here  Maryland governor on Trump attacks on Washington governor: 'I think it's not a time to play politics'By ZACK BUDRYK  Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) said officials should not “play politics” amid the coronavirus outbreak after President TrumpDonald TrumpPoll: 73 percent of Democratic voters would consider voting for Biden in the 2024 primary Biden flexes presidential muscle on campaign trail with Virginia's McAuliffe Has Trump beaten the system? MORE called Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) a “snake” last week.Read the full story here  Stephen Moore: 'Economy will roar back to life' when coronavirus is containedBy J. EDWARD MORENO  “I just see this as a real short-term pause in the growth that Trump has created,” economist Stephen MooreStephen MooreIRS controversies of the present, past haunt lawmaker talks Conservatives say bipartisan infrastructure deal shouldn't include IRS funding Republicans should hit the reset button on Biden infrastructure deal MORE  said. “Once we get this thing contained the economy will roar back to life.”Read the full story here