What Super Tuesday means for the US election

In a somewhat unexpected turn of events, Joe Biden has emerged as the frontrunner in the US Democratic primaries. The contest to find the candidate to beat President Donald Trump is quickly becoming a two-horse race to scoop up the remaining delegate votes and build a coalition of supporters in key states. Mark Sobel, US chairman of OMFIF, and Tony Fratto, partner at Hamilton Place Strategies and former deputy press secretary at the White House and assistant secretary at the US Department of the Treasury, discuss the results of Super Tuesday and the implications for the US presidential election, the Democratic party and the economy.

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