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.
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.
RAICES said it decided to "break down" the immigration policies of five key candidates since the subject has failed to get air time at debates.
Kevin Richardson, who was one of five men wrongly convicted of the 1989 rape of a jogger in Central Park, said that neither Trump nor Bloomberg are "fit to be president."
The candidates are battling for a majority of 3,979 pledged delegates, meaning the magic number to secure the nomination is 1,991 delegates.
The FiveThirtyEight forecast currently holds a 64 percent chance that no candidate will achieve a majority of pledged delegates before the convention.
The billionaire former New York mayor currently appears to be in third place among Democratic voters, according to recent polls.
"Bloomberg's situation, you know they talk about 'socialists sooner or later run out of other people's money,' but Bloomberg says 'hold my beer,'" congressman Don Bishop said during an interview with WBT-Radio's 'Morning News with Bo Thompson' on Monday.
"At this point, whether some candidates realize it or not, it's essentially a two-person race," Democratic strategist Chris Kofinis told Newsweek.
Representatives Gil Cisneros and Jennifer Wexton joined a slew of current and former lawmakers in backing the former vice president just ahead of Super Tuesday.
Bloomberg, who received a standing ovation when introduced at AIPAC, demanded bipartisan support for Israel from Democrats but never directly criticized Republicans or President Donald Trump by name.
"It's impossible for him to continue as a viable candidate with a chance of collecting delegates if he doesn't do so on Super Tuesday," one Democratic strategist told Newsweek.
Clear majorities of Democratic voters in both states view socialism positively, while less than 50 percent view capitalism favorably.
Sanders more than doubled Biden's support among Texas' large constituency of Latino Democrats and Latino independents who lean toward the Democratic Party, amassing 42 percent versus Biden's 18 percent.
The president expressed concern over vows made by Steyer and Bloomberg that they'll donate to any Democratic Party nominee.
"Of the more than 2 million donations we received this month, over 1.4 million were from voters in states that vote on Super Tuesday," campaign manger Faiz Shakir said.
For viewers in early-voting or Super Tuesday states inundated with Obama-laden ads, the nuance around his invocation may be lost.
For Democratic primary voters who are still unsure, this quiz can help you decide which candidate to vote for on Super Tuesday.
Biden's entire advertising campaign in Super Tuesday states is $625,000 while Bloomberg has invested over $218 million.
The 2020 polls show Bernie Sanders leading President Donald Trump nationally, but how reliable are they months out from an election?
"I believe we need a leader who's ready to be commander in chief, not the college debater-in-chief," said former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg during a campaign rally speech in Houston, Texas on Thursday.
President Donald Trump is seven inches taller than the former New York mayor he frequently disparages.
Host asked 2020 hopeful "why would he lie?" while discusisng claims Bloomberg pressured female employee into having an abortion with the line "kill it."
Both former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg and philanthropist Tom Steyer have defended their heavy spending.
As a member of Congress in the 1990s, Sanders did vote for the 1994 crime bill, and Joe Biden, then a U.S. senator, helped to author it.
On Wednesday, Democratic strategist James Carville spoke about the recent Democratic debate and gave his take on Senator Elizabeth Warren's continued criticism of former New York City Mayor and 2020 rival, Michael Bloomberg.
Patrisse Cullors has thrown her support behind both Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren in a dual endorsement.
Congresswoman attacks billionaire's 2020 campaign during a radio interview with "The Breakfast Club."