Biden, Sanders talk coronavirus on campaign trailThe coronavirus is causing major adjustments to the Democratic presidential contest as debates have been cancelled and former Vice President Joe Biden attacks President Trump over his handling of the COVID-19 situation; Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy reports.Hours before his primetime debate with former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., stressed in an email to supporters that “this is a very big day for our campaign and our movement.”In the last 15 days, the populist senator from Vermont has watched Biden zoom past him in the race for the presidential nomination. Following a landslide win in South Carolina’s primary and sweeping victories in the coast-to-coast Super Tuesday states as well as last week’s mini Super Tuesday, the former vice president cemented his position as the unrivaled front-runner and has taken a commanding lead in the all-important race for convention delegates.And in the last week, as the outbreak of the coronavirus has upended life for many Americans, it’s in many ways pushed the Democratic nomination race to the side lines.Now, with public opinion polls showing Sanders trailing Biden significantly in the four large states holding primaries on Tuesday, Sunday night’s primetime showdown is likely the progressive lawmaker’s last opportunity to do something none


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