As the Democratic race for the 2020 presidential nomination continues, a new CNN poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden with 29% support among likely Democratic primary voters, compared to 15% support for Sen. Bernie Sanders and 14% support for Sen. Elizabeth Warren. The numbers indicate that Biden's recent headline-making gaffes may not be hurting his overall chances as Democrats continue to cite defeating President Donald Trump as their number one priority. But with plenty of time for the race to take shape, will runners-up Sanders and Warren make a dent in Biden's lead over time?

In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly was joined by Boston City Councilor Lydia Edwards and John Walsh, former chair of the Massachusetts Democratic Party and former campaign manager for Gov. Deval Patrick.