Sanders also said in a Wednesday interview that he was keen to speak with Warren about "what role she can play in our administration."
Senator Bernie Sanders said that a Democratic convention rules change means that he will drop out of the race if former Vice President Joe Biden ends up with a plurality of pledged delegates, adding that superdelegates deciding the nomination would be a "real disaster" for Democrats.
Former Vice President Joe Biden's impressive Super Tuesday performance was likely helped by higher turnout of an older demographic.
Tuesday night made clear the 2020 Democratic primary is de-facto a two-man race between Sanders and Biden, ushering the race into a new chapter that requires fresh strategies.
"It was about who could yell the loudest," Sanders said about the February debate in South Carolina. "That's not what the American people want."
"If I were a Democrat primary voter, I'd want these questions satisfactorily answered," Senator Ron Johnson said.
"That's right, feel the Bern!" Barack Obama says in the ad, in an audio excerpt from the former president's keynote speech at the 2016 Democratic Convention.
Super Tuesday exit polls show Bernie Sanders was more popular among male voters, while Joe Biden enjoyed equal support from women and men.
The Sanders campaign is disavowing a list of post-Super Tuesday talking points distributed to supporters and surrogates on Wednesday morning that suggest Sanders partisans attack a resurgent Joe Biden on his "record and obvious cognitive decline."
The frontrunners of the 2020 Democratic primary have both polled better against Trump than Clinton did at this time in 2016.
While Joe Biden came out on top, voters voiced a preference for Bernie Sanders' signature policy proposal.
Warren did not win any of the 14 primaries and finished third behind Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders in her home state.
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg's campaign team had said it would be requesting a correction from RAICES Action.
Bernie Sanders lost the primary contest in Minnesota, which he had won in 2016, to Joe Biden after moderate Democrats dropped out and endorsed the former Vice President.
Former Vice President Joe Biden's managed to beat Senator Bernie Sanders in the Super Tuesday states of Minnesota and Oklahoma, states the senator won in 2016 against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The senior editor of The Atlantic said Tuesday that will former Vice President Joe Biden appeals to voters who pay their cable bill on time, Sanders supporters "may forget to pay their cable bill entirely." He added, "The first group is more reliable."
With 70 percent of precincts reporting, Biden won the state with 33 percent of votes.
Gabbard said Matthews always treated her with respect while McCain told her audience that Matthews was "a lion of cable news."
"It wasn't going to cost them any more money, it wasn't going to cost them any more work," Moore said about former Democratic presidential candidates Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg, who dropped out of the race and endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden.
"Outside groups like super PACs and dark money groups have combined to spend $45 million so far in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary," Issue One research director Michael Beckel tweeted on Tuesday.
Billionaire presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg said Tuesday he doesn't think he can win the Democratic Party's July nomination without a contested convention.
Bernie Sanders may be the only chance for peace with Iran—and a relief for the Iranian community in the U.S.—in the foreseeable future.
"There's a wing of the party that supports other candidates, and that's what you call a primary contest," Rep. Peter Welch of Vermont told Newsweek. "I don't call that a conspiracy. This is totally out-front."
Joe Biden received a spate of endorsements on Monday as Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg dropped out—including backing from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
Ahead of Tuesday's primaries, the MSNBC host stopped by 'The Tonight Show' to make sure that Fallon was all caught up on the Democratic primary.
"The Democrats are pretty united on the direction they want to go," Representative Peter Welch said.
But the most likely scenario, with odds of three in five, is that no candidate will manage to secure an outright majority of pledged delegates.