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Forget Super Tuesday. It’s the Day After That Matters.

Democrats, it’s Super Wednesday.

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News Update: Michael Bloomberg announced Wednesday morning that he was quitting the presidential race, and endorsed Joe Biden.

I’m writing this column well before Super Tuesday is over, but that’s OK because, in my view, all that matters now is what happens on Super Wednesday.

Let me explain. I approach the Democratic primary contest with three core tenets:

First, if your party doesn’t have an awesome presidential candidate — and the Democrats don’t in this election — then your party better have an awesome coalition. That means a party that is united as much as possible — from left to center to right — so it can bolster the nominee against what will be a vicious, united and well-funded Trump/G.O.P. campaign. It’s going to take a village to defeat Trump.

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