As I write this, the top candidates are all vying to become the next president of the United States.
The most compelling story line involves one of the candidates, Bernie Sanders.
I know, it’s a little hard to see this one coming, especially since he’s the only one who seems to have a real shot at the presidency, and his economic populism is at the center of a growing movement.
Sanders has a record of being an uncompromising populist who’s also a very good negotiator, and he’s got a good chance to win in November.
It’s hard to imagine him being able to do that without a lot of help from the other candidates, but I think we’ll be able to count on them to do the job.
It could even be Sanders who wins in November — if he wins, it will mark a milestone in the history of American politics, and it will signal a shift in the way we think about the way politics should be run.
But as it stands now, I think Sanders is going to get the nomination, and I hope to see him become the 45th president of America.
(Editor’s note: The full article has been updated with additional commentary from The Daily Beast’s editorial board.)