"I think they should be able to vote from prison", one student said, while another added, "they did something wrong... but they're still people".
"Well guess what? I probably shouldn't have done that", Biden said Saturday, "I don't want to get it down to that level".
In a FoxNews.com op-ed, David Avella - a guest on "Outnumbered" Monday - predicted Biden will "lose early, and lose big" in the race for the nomination.
While Sanders seldom pulls punches on any other topic, his approach to Biden suggests a hint of awareness on his part that he is still a party outsider trying to avoid being seen as a spoiler in the ultimate fight against President Donald Trump.
"If they're not abiding by the law, how could we put power in their hands to choose people that make laws for us", one student said, while another expressed a similar sentiment, saying, "they've committed a crime, I don't think they should have a say in what the government does, because they're taken themselves out of society". "Beating Trump is No. 1". Sanders said he "would give very serious consideration" to being joined on the ticket by a woman, but stopped short of making the same commitment in regard to a possible vice presidential candidate of color.
Klobuchar told reporters after an event in Des Moines, Iowa, that her message would be very different.
Moulton said his own experience serving as a Marine in the Middle East showed the importance of diplomacy. So the more money that we invest in the State Department, it doesn't just save ammunition.
In remarks at historically black Paul Quinn College in Dallas, O'Rourke said "the work is far from over".
She said Trump then "turns around two weeks later and says, "We're all good on this"?"
The explanation is the latest in a series of answers Sanders has given in the past week differentiating himself from his fellow 2020 Democratic primary front-runner - the pair have topped almost every poll gauging the race - following Biden's formal entrance into the race on April 25.
Warren also criticized Trump for maintaining his alignment with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un even after Pyongyang launched short-range projectiles off its coast.