Is Elizabeth Warren the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination? You can make a strong argument that she is. You can also make the arguments that she is at most, a default front-runner and a problematic general election nominee.
And you might reasonably conclude that both arguments taken together tell you some interesting things about the state of the Democratic Party — the world’s oldest political party — today.
Now I’m certainly not arguing with my Washington Examiner colleague Byron York, who wrote last week that Joe Biden is no longer the Democratic front-runner. Since then, Biden’s lead over Warren in the realclearpolitics.com average of recent polls has shrunk from three percentage points to just half a point. Back on June 21, he led her by 20 points.
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