Both Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have announced their 2020 presidential run while laying out a platform of similar populist ideals. Sanders has raised more than $10 million since he announced his run last week, including nearly $6 million on the day he announced. This dwarfs Warren's first day total of just under $300,000. Is the Democratic primary big enough for the two of them? Which one would be strongest candidate against President Donald Trump?

Adam Reilly was joined by local author Jen Deaderick, a Warren supporter, Democratic state Sen. Jamie Eldridge, who was a Sanders delegate in 2016, and Democratic state Rep. Nika Elugardo, who is still undecided in 2020.