Presidential candidate Joe Biden has decided not to stick around for the New Hampshire Primary, saying it’s best to concentrate on the real races that matter that he can win and not be distracted by meaningless defeats in the early ones.
“That’s why I’m skipping New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Super Tuesday to concentrate on the big prize, Idaho on March 10.”
After taking Idaho and its 20 delegates, Biden then plans to steer clear of a bunch of meaningless races to focus on Delaware on April 28.
“It’s my home state so I hope to win, but then I could also lose really badly given that it’s my home state.”
Finally Biden will go for one last push at the US Virgin Island caucuses and their mouthwatering 7 delegates.
“If I can arrive early and a hurricane prevents all the other candidates from campaigning there, I think I have a chance.”
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