Ex-Clinton advisor Carville tells Sanders stop 'lollygaggin around' and drop ...

Bill Clinton's ex adviser tells Bernie Sanders to DROP OUT and stop 'lollygagging' after senator lost several key states to rival Joe Biden on Super Tuesday James Carville appeared on MSNBC to give his take on Super Tuesday The former adviser to Bill Clinton blasted Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders Sanders had failed to pick up key primary states and fell behind rival Joe Biden The former vice president won several of the 14 states that held contests Carville said the party was starting to show who should challenge  

By Ralph R. Ortega For Dailymail.com

Published: 06:52 GMT, 4 March 2020 | Updated: 06:52 GMT, 4 March 2020

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James Carville, the former political strategist who worked for President Bill Clinton, called on Bernie Sanders to end his presidential campaign after the Vermont senator failed to carry key primary states on Super Tuesday. 

Carville said members of the Democratic Party had indicated who will lead the ticket heading into this year's presidential election after the results came in Tuesday showing former Vice President Joe Biden winning several of the 14 states that held contests. 

 'We might see Democrats starting to ask Sanders, 'Look, let's just don't drag this thing out anymore than we have to,'' Carville said during an interview with MSNBC.

James Carville, the former political strategist who worked for President Bill Clinton, blasted Bernie Sanders after the Vermont senator failed to carry key primary states on Super Tuesday

James Carville, the former political strategist who worked for President Bill Clinton, blasted Bernie Sanders after the Vermont senator failed to carry key primary states on Super Tuesday

Carville said Sanders should stop wasting time seeking the presidential nomination. 'We might see Democrats starting to ask Sanders, 'Look, let's just don't drag this thing out anymore than we have to,'' Carville said during an interview with MSNBC

Carville said Sanders should stop wasting time seeking the presidential nomination. 'We might see Democrats starting to ask Sanders, 'Look, let's just don't drag this thing out anymore than we have to,'' Carville said during an interview with MSNBC

Former Vice President Joe Biden won several of the 14 states that held contests on Super Tuesday, which prompted Carville to suggest voters will start asking Sanders to drop out

Former Vice President Joe Biden won several of the 14 states that held contests

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