4 Mar 2020

Super Tuesday: Biden comes out on top

Washington Correspondent

The race to replace Donald Trump has been whittled down to a two horse contest between two old men.

Joe Biden, the former Vice President, aged 77, stormed back from the wilderness to be the frontrunner snatching that crown from Senator Bernie Sanders, aged 78.

Meanwhile the biggest loser of Super Tuesday was Michael Bloomberg, also 78. But with Biden back and Bernie bruised, the battle to take on Trump, aged a sprightly 73, is far from over.