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Bernie Sanders triumphs, Joe Biden crashes out in New Hampshire primary

Brisbane Times Wednesday, 12 February 2020 ()
The independent senator from Vermont's success came at the expense of former frontrunner Joe Biden, who flamed out in a disastrous fifth place.
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