A Harvard CAPS/Harris’s June poll of registered Democrat voters on their preference of candidates for 2020 is sure to have President Donald Trump smiling, and does not do much for the image of the party that claims to be all about diversity.
Of the top four choices, all are very much Caucasian and the youngest of the four is a ripe old age of 69.
The number one choice?
Former Vice President Joe Biden, 75, came out on top in a poll provided exclusively to The Hill, with support from 32 percent of respondents.
And Biden told The Washington Post this week that he’s not sure he wants to run.
“I’m not looking to live in the White House, I’ve seen it up close,” Biden said. “But all kidding aside, I don’t know what I’m going to do.”
The second place choice is even better: Hillary Clinton!
That’s right, 18 percent of the Democrat voters apparently believe the third time is a charm, choosing the 70-year-old two-time presidential loser to represent their party.
And somewhere, President Trump is saying, “Please select “Crooked Hillary” again!”
Sen. Bernie Sanders, the 76-year-old self-avowed democratic socialist, was the third choice, garnering 16 percent of the support.
It seems Bernie’s Army is waning a bit in strength.
Bringing up the rear in the Top Four was Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the 69-year-old spring chicken.
Of course, the Massachusetts Democrat told CNN’s Jim Acosta earlier this year, “I am not running for president in 2020.”
Nonetheless, didn’t Democrat voters get the memo from the progressive wing that old white people are the enemy?
Sen. Cory Booker was the highest ranked candidate of color, garnering just 6 percent of the responses.
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