Thursday night’s debate was about as exciting as watching paint dry, but the debate tweets did not disappoint.
“Billionaires in wine caves should not pick the next president of the United States,” Elizabeth Warren lectured Pete Buttigeig.
Unlike prior debates that have each featured at least 10 candidates on stage, tonight’s primetime event will be the smallest yet, with seven candidates scheduled to face off.
Warren argued there is no place for a pro-life Democrat, cementing that the only choice the pro-choice movement supports is to fall in line with their agenda.
Did you spend your time watching the team formerly known as the Expos play baseball instead? Not to worry: the best tweets of last night’s debate are here.
Her comments on the opioid crisis show that corrupt former prosecutor Kamala Harris still loves sending people to prison.
Anderson Cooper kicked off the Democratic primary debate on Tuesday with a particularly laughable exoneration of Hunter Biden.
A quick glance at the yield curve, which has predicted every recession for the past 50 years, shows the possibility of another recession in the near future.
Progressives are calling Joe Biden’s response to a question about slavery racist, but Americans want answers to today’s problems, not yesterday’s.
Last night in Houston, the Democrats crammed twenty pounds of malarkey into a ten-pound sack when offering their ideas about what ails this country. For three interminable hours.
During the third round of Democratic presidential debates, Beto O’Rourke said if he is elected president the government would ‘take your AR-15s.’ He said the opposite less than two years ago.
O’Rourke’s doubling down on the gun issue previews what the candidate is expected to talk about during the evening’s debate at Texas Southern University.
Ten candidates will take the stage Thursday night for the third Democratic presidential debate slated to be held in Houston.
While touting his plans to spend federal dollars on integrating socioeconomic classes, O’Rourke once endorsed plans to do the exact opposite.
Any similarities to candidate comments made after this article has published is merely evidence of the author’s clairvoyance.
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) announced Monday that she will be taking two weeks off the 2020 campaign trail to report for active duty.
Tech entrepreneur and Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang has officially qualified for the next Democratic debate to be held in Houston, Texas, in September.
Ten candidates seeking the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination took to the stage again Wednesday to make their case to voters for 2020.
Harris conveniently did not explain that the “health care” funding she was criticizing Biden for not supporting was taxpayer-funded abortions.
“What if your most popular idea is just not constitutional?” Van Jones asked Sen. Elizabeth Warren on CNN’s post-debate show.
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