Sanders comes in at 16 percent, with Massachusetts Sen.
Biden reiterated how appalled he was by Charlottesville and the president's infamous response, saying that Trump "is a guy who does everything to separate and frighten people".
All 19 candidates made their pitches on Sunday, and "with only five minutes to make an impression on the world's most powerful white voters, all the Democrats took to the stage to deliver their best punch lines", Noah said, showing some jokes and grimacing.
"The idea that he would say that the president poses any type of threat is truly laughable considering he was part of the administration that allowed Russian Federation to interfere in our election", she stated.
Biden, most notably, remains very popular from his time as Vice-President, and few analysts expect he'll be able to maintain that for an entire campaign.
Biden's conclusion: "I believe Trump is an existential threat to America". But veteran pollster Ann Selzer, who runs the Iowa Poll, says this conventional wisdom doesn't look likely to hold this go-round.
Why this matters: This is important because these first results can give an indication of how a candidate will preform with the rest of American voters. He trails Biden among them by 30 points.
Instead, Iowans must attend public meetings in school gyms, arts centers, churches, libraries, restaurants and even fire stations in more than a thousand precincts to vote for a candidate.
Avenatti said he wasn't bothered by Biden using the slogan.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden are assailing each other during overlapping visits to Iowa on Tuesday, previewing what the country might get in next year's election if Biden becomes his party's nominee.
Asked whether he was counting on Iowa, Delaney, in a recent interview with TIME in his Des Moines headquarters, said, "I'm banking on early states, yes, absolutely". A political party is much like a brand name, and without that brand name to guide them, numerous lesser-informed voters opt to not participate in the caucuses and primaries, which leaves the decision more in the hands of those who are more intense about politics. It has Biden at 30 percent and Sanders at 23 percent.