MSNBC "Morning Joe" hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough worry there might be a "void" in the Democratic 2020 presidential candidates lineup if Joe Biden can't go the distance.
"Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, either one of them against Donald Trump puts the suburbs back in play," Brzezinski warned.
MIKA BRZEZINSKI: Well, it's from Democrats, Joe.
JOE SCARBOROUGH: It's in Florida, Michigan. Yeah, it's democrats as well who are really scared right now. In the suburbs, people in the suburbs where this is -- this is Democratic territory. If what we are hearing is actually true, then Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, either one of them against Donald Trump puts the suburbs back in play, it just does.
MIKA BRZEZINSKI: I stood alone. I think I felt in the conversation leading up in the run-up to the election about the weaknesses of Hillary Clinton's campaign. But now when I talk to people who were high up in the Democratic Party, this conversation is real. There is a void. There is a problem about who can beat Trump.
I personally love Elizabeth Warren. You all know that, you've been watching me watch her for years. I think her message matches her life story, matches what she wants to do for America. I would potentially vote for her. But you know what? The people who are really tired of Trump who are looking for an alternative, who would be very comfortable with Joe Biden, they're left without a candidate if Joe Biden can't make it through.
This is what I hear from everybody.