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Sanders, who challenged Hillary Clinton for the party's nomination in 2016, mounted a formidable 2020 bid.He raised an astonishing amount of money from record numbers of donors, becoming the frontrunner early this year and earning the most votes in the first three state-wide contests.
But he was eclipsed by a surging Biden, who won the vast majority of remaining primaries and now holds a commanding lead in the all-important race for delegates who choose the nominee.Sanders brought his liberal ideological platform - including a call for universal health care and a $15 hourly minimum wage - into the mainstream."Together we have transformed American consciousness as to what kind of nation we can become, and have taken this country a major step forward in the never-ending struggle for economic justice," Sanders said.
Several lawmakers have come out in support of his policies, and Biden has shifted leftward to incorporate some Sanders positions, although he does not support Sanders's Medicare for All plan.Biden immediately hailed Sanders as "a good man, a great leader, and one of the most powerful voices for change in our country."
He urged Sanders supporters to join his campaign, which already has the backing of nearly all other ex-rivals in the race including senators Kamala Harris and Amy Klobuchar, and former Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg.
"I see you, I hear you, and I understand the urgency of what it is we have to get done in this country," Biden said in a statement to Sanders and his supporters.Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he would ask Congress for an additional $250 billion for the loans, citing huge demand, but that will need to go through Republicans controlling the Senate and Democrats who lead the House of Representatives.
While saying the stimulus package will "help cushion the blow," Bovino warned the data shows the US entering a recession, one that is set to be deep."With every passing economic indicator and alternative piece of economic news, the outlook deteriorates," she wrote.
In minutes from its March 15 emergency policy meeting, where it slashed the benchmark interest rate to zero, the US Federal Reserve warned the pandemic poses "major downside risks."Some viewed the pandemic as "not directly comparable with the previous decade's financial crisis and it need not be followed by negative effects on economic activity." the minutes said.