Bernie Sanders suspends 2020 campaign A day after Bernie Sanders dropped out of the Democratic primary race, Joe Biden, the party’s likely  nominee, has already implemented two elements of the Democratic socialist’s agenda and credited Sanders’ energetic movement with the change. “Senator Sanders and his supporters can take pride in their work in laying the groundwork for these ideas, and I’m proud to adopt them as part of my campaign at this critical moment in responding to the coronavirus crisis,” Biden stated in a release.First, Biden said he now favors dropping the Medicare eligibility age by five years, to age 60, a step toward the Vermont senator’s marquee single-payer plan, “Medicare for All.” The campaign describes this as an effort to present older Americans who are working and not yet at retirement age to have the benefits of the popular government program. The campaign says the additional costs would “be financed out of general revenues to protect the Medicare Trust Fund.” Second, Biden wants to forgive student loan debt for those earning up to $125,000, who attended public colleges, Historically Black Colleges or Universities, or private minority-serving institutions. The plan would address all current student debt and future debt if


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