Former Vice President Joe Biden's candidacy is likely to be a source of tension among Democrats, according to Carl Rove.
Biden, though a leading candidate, has never been considered the perfect potential nominee, Rove says on Tuesday of "Hannity"
"There is tension within the Democratic Party," he said.
"No one enters this race thinking that Joe Biden is the perfect candidate – he has already run for president several times and has fallen equal to his own face.
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He said candidates such as Sensan Bernie e Sanders, I-Vt., Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Kamala Harris, D-Calif., "sing" to the "hearts" of Democrats in this regard.
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Outside of the three senators, Biden and former reporter Beto O & # 39; Rourke, D-Texas, the rest of the district is mostly "vanity candidates".
However, he said two such candidates, California billionaire Tom Steyer and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, could be well served to stay on track.
Rove noted that while de Blasio downplayed the early primaries and cocoa states, he did not "apply his policy" in the city of New York, while Steyer's announced hope of imposing President Trump could force other candidates to be enrolled for a similar move.