Chaos within the Democratic Party fuels a growing sense of dread that US President Donald Trump will coast to a second term.
As the final results of Iowa and New Hampshire did not anoint a clear front runner for the party's presidential nomination, and the liberals and the moderates remain split, the Democrats fear arriving at their convention in July without a de facto nominee. Worse, they fear nominating a candidate who is not viable nationally, increasing Mr Trump's chances of re-election.
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