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If your grandparents or great-grandparents were living in Mississippi, Colorado or Texas in 1939 (like two of mine were), they may have celebr…

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With much of the nation shifting into holiday mode, don’t expect the broader narrative to change any time soon. The holiday freeze is likely bad news for underperforming candidates Harris, Booker and Sen. Amy Klobuchar and good news for those at the top of the pack like Biden, Buttigieg and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

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The presidential race comes to an abrupt pause this week as voters and candidates alike shift their focus to food, football and family. The bar will be high for any new narrative to emerge over the Thanksgiving holiday, which means the Democratic primary will be locked in a four-way muddle at the top as newly announced candidate Michael Bloomberg spends big to exploit questions about his rivals and to attack President Donald Trump.

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With just 10 weeks until voting begins, very few candidates in the crowded Democratic race can afford another week without making progress in addressing their glaring liabilities. The same could be said for Trump, who’s facing the prospect of impeachment as his party struggles with a revolt from women and suburban voters.

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No one has more at stake this week than Biden, who faces a direct threat both from Bloomberg’s potential candidacy and Buttigieg’s rise. The former vice president cannot afford to have a lackluster debate.