True. He certainly was better than Hillary. And now we come to the third stage of our deception. This time there is no Hillary. On the Democrat side there's only three real contenders:
Bernie Sanders, while he has massive support, I predict will give up the nomination just like he did in 2016. He exists only to create a large following that he later secures for the already predetermined candidate.
Tulsi Gabbard, due to her military record and sense of patriotism, has the potential of securing the vote from disgruntled Trump supporters, and due to her siding with Democratic Socialism, she can easily win the moderate (and eventually) far-Left voter base. She's a threat.
No one likes Kamala Harris. She lacks charisma just like the dummy choices in 2016. She's just there to give the illusion of having more choices than we really do.
Joe Biden is leading the polls together with Bernie Sanders, just like Sanders led the polls with Hillary in 2016. Biden is the polished politician who can take votes from Gabbard, especially if another dummy candidate gains just enough traction to split the Democrat's vote: Enter Andrew Yang.
But Joe Biden is very easy to attack just like Hillary was, and like Hillary, if it comes down to Trump and Biden, the People will choose Trump. And again we see the Magician's Force in play.