Joe Biden said Sunday he can "unite this country, the whole country" after scoring a comeback victory in South Carolina’s Democratic primary that could force moderate rivals out of the race and blunt the rise of progressive leader Bernie Sanders, the AP reports. Biden vowed he would improve his campaign operation, his fundraising haul—and even his own performance—as the race pushes toward Super Tuesday. He warned of a “stark choice” between him and Sanders, while making the case he is the candidate that can win up and down the ballot and in states beyond those voting next week. "I feel good," Biden said on ABC's This Week. "I can win and I can bring along Democratic victories."
Biden saturated the airwaves with back-to-back interviews after Saturday's win, which came on the strength of African American support and at a perilous moment in his 2020 bid. He needed an emphatic rebound after underwhelming performances in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada. The race now pivots to the 14 states from Maine to California that vote on Tuesday in what in effect will be a national primary in a race increasingly becoming a match-up between the two powerhouses representing divergent paths for the party. Sanders led in fundraising hauls announced Sunday with an eye-popping $46.5 million for February, his campaign said. "No campaign out there has a stronger grassroots movement than we do," Sanders said on CBS' Face the Nation. "That's how you beat Trump."
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