Bidens 2020 Rivals Sense Blood in the Water

MIAMI, FloridaThere is blood in the water and the campaigns know it. For weeks, Democrats involved in the primary have privately warned that defensive campaign approach. On Thursday night, in front of the Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), the only African-American candidate onstage, and Biden that changed the tenor of the two-hour broadcast and perhaps the course of the primary itself. Harris blistering and personal critique of Bidens position on school-desegregation busing in the 1970s placed the former Veep on the defensive. It also put the biggest dent yet into his greatest political asset: the aura of electability and inevitability that he has tried to build during his time on the trail. In the hours that followed, the other campaigns in …