The race for the Democrat nomination is in full swing.
Dozens of Democrats are in the running.
And Trump’s top 2020 challenger just got the campaign-ending news he’s been dreading.
For months, former Vice President Joe Biden has enjoyed a commanding lead in the Democrat race for President.
That was until his first Presidential debate.
During the debate, the former Vice President became the main target of attack from his fellow candidates.
He was hit hard for his inconsistent voting record during his decades in the Senate.
But nobody did more damage to Biden than Sen. Kamala Harris.
Harris went after Biden for his recent praise of segregationist politicians and for his opposition to integrating public schools.
She went on a brutal attack saying his statements had been “personal” and “very hurtful.”
“You know, there was a little girl in California who was part of the second class to integrate her public schools, and she was bussed to school every day,” Harris said.
“And that little girl was me.”
The look on Biden’s face immediately following her statement showed just how devastating her attack truly was.
And Biden’s poll numbers seem to be reflecting the damage Harris inflicted.
Biden has taken a huge hit in the polls while Harris is seeing her biggest increase since announcing her campaign.
A poll from CNN shows Harris within striking distance of Biden, who fell ten percentage points in their recent poll, with Harris only five points behind him.
And Harris isn’t just polling well.
In the 24-hours following the debate, Harris brought in $2 million from 63,277 donors according to an email sent to her supporters.
This influx in donations guarantees her spot in the next Democrat debate, which requires a higher threshold of support than the first debate.
And it shows that Harris is amassing a huge amount of support.
It is one thing to climb in the polls.
But bringing in over 60,000 donors proves she is gaining more long-term support.
If she has another debate performance like the last one, she could overtake Biden altogether.
In fact, Biden may just become the Jeb Bush of the 2020 Democrat primary.
In 2016, Bush was the early favorite, leading in every single poll due to his name recognition and immense support from the political establishment.
But with each debate, he lost more and more momentum, eventually being forced off the stage entirely.
Biden is at the point where he has no momentum.
Unless he can turn things around with a riveting performance at the next debate, his campaign will likely come to an abrupt end.
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