On September 12 the Democratic National Committee announced that CNN and The New York Times will host the fourth round of Democratic debates.
SNL hired a new cast member who used racial slurs, and 2020 Democratic hopeful Andrew Yang used his platform to call for a less punitive, less offended country.
After the debates, Cory Booker told CNN he was concerned with Joe Biden’s ability to carry the Democratic Party to the White House.
During the third round of Democratic debates, former secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro attacked Joe Biden and Biden’s health care plan.
Not only did Russia interfere in the 2016 election under Biden’s watch, he also tried to buy Russia’s support of the Iraq War by promising Vladimir Putin oil money.
Democratic presidential candidate and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio appeared on Fox News, and defended using a fleet of cars to go to and from the gym despite his rhetoric about climate change.
On September 4, CNN hosted a seven-hour climate change town hall that had the lowest viewership among cable news networks.
Despite seven hours of conversations, there was no substantive talk. The majority of questions were asked by climate change activists tossing softball questions.
Prior to her presidential bid, Elizabeth Warren authored a book that makes an inadvertent case for lowering taxes for the middle class.
A new Axios study shows that Andrew Yang and Tulsi Gabbard are receiving minimal media coverage of their relatively successful presidential campaigns.
Biden has done little to shake doubts about his sharpness and age after the first set of Democratic debates in June, during which he appeared forgetful and frail. Some things never change.
Yang says he’s done the math to make sure a universal basic income could be properly implemented in the United States, but experts say he got the math all wrong.
The Marianne Williamson campaign released a statement saying the DNC is using only 11 polls, not the promised 18, to determine a candidate’s debate qualifications.
Democrats usually prefer to fall in love with their candidates. Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s slow but steady climb in the polls suggest it has not been love at first sight for many.
NBC News published an article titled “More Republican women than ever are planning to run for office,” but the original headline picture drew controversy from young conservatives on Twitter.
Is the Democratic field as strong as it appears? Or is it as weak as the Republican field of 2016 when an outsider thundered onstage and wiped all Republicans away?
Lauf’s campaign focuses on positively countering the socialist agenda pushed by young congresswomen. She says she is a counter-voice to ‘The Squad.’
Lacy Johnson is running to oust far-left Rep. Ilhan Omar from Minnesota’s fifth congressional district. He believes Omar espouses hate speech.
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