Thursday night’s debate was about as exciting as watching paint dry, but the debate tweets did not disappoint.
With seven weeks until Iowa, seven candidates went head-to-head Thursday night in the sixth Democratic primary debate held in Los Angeles, California.
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.
While Biden and Sanders lead the field, the survey provides additional insight into the volatility of the race with a reputation for its turbulence.
Joe Biden is reportedly telling supporters and advisers he would be a one-term president if elected to the White House next fall.
2020 Democratic hopeful Pete Buttigieg’s traveling press secretary confirmed that the Buttigieg campaign pays women more than men.
Congressional Democrats and the mainstream media are pushing the narrative that Ukraine meddling in the 2016 election is a fictitious theory. They weren’t saying that…a year ago.
Four witnesses testified on Capitol Hill, and each failed to provide incriminating evidence of a ‘high crime and misdemeanor’ by the president.
The DNC and PBS are upset with Politico’s choice of Tim Alberta, former National Review employee, as co-moderator for the sixth Democratic debates.
National Security Council official is using a Politico and reporter Natasha Bertrand for accusing him of providing ‘materials’ on Ukraine to the president.
Castro will be focusing his efforts on Iowa and Nevada as the former Obama cabinet official struggles to gain momentum in the Democratic primary.
Kamala Harris, according to a memo obtained by Politico on Wednesday, is reportedly letting go of “dozens” of campaign staff at her Baltimore headquarters.
Nathanael Blake argued here this week that the Oxford comma is a crutch for bad writing, and I must protest. All things considered, this punctuation mark may be more divisive than partisan politics.
Kamala Harris is in need of a rebound, and the 2020 Democratic White House hopeful has staked her bets on Iowa in her campaign reboot.
Former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford officially entered the 2020 presidential race Sunday, while President Trump holds between a 80-90 percent support level among Republican voters in primary states.
Maggie Haberman of the New York Times left out some key context when she accused President Trump of spinning a jobs report.
Democrats running for president have released a slew of ads and policy proposals targeting rural voters just over five months before the Iowa caucuses.
Billionaire George Soros has officially launched a new political action committee this week to promote Democratic candidates in the 2020 elections.
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