- March 05, 2020
Super Tuesday is over. The cards in the democratic primary race have been reshuffled. Senator Bernie Sanders and former vice president Joe Biden became the leading candidates for the Democratic nomination for President. At the same time, Biden succeeded in regaining his status as a frontrunner and made major step toward his nomination. Tyson Barker, Deputy Director and Fellow at the Aspen Institute Germany, and David Deißner, Executive Director at Atlantik-Brücke, are joined by Sigmar Gabriel, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Atlantik-Brücke, to discuss the results of Super Tuesday, the remaining Democratic field, and what a Democrat in the White House would mean for transatlantic relations.