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Joe Biden’s Climate Plan Appears To Use Plagiarized Material Five Different Times

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s climate plan, which his presidential campaign released on Tuesday, appears to have plagiarized language from other sources in at least five different passages. Josh Nelson, co-director of environmentalist group CREDO Action, highlighted two instances where Biden’s campaign used the exact same language as left-wing nonprofits, without citations. A subsequent review of Biden’s plan by The ...

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Liz Warren Pitches Taking $1.5 Trillion From The Troops To Fund Her Green New Deal

Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s climate change plan would divert $1.5 trillion from projected military procurement to fund her version of the Green New Deal. In total, Warren proposed spending $2 trillion over a decade as part of a World War II-style economic mobilization. “The climate crisis demands immediate and bold action,” Warren wrote of her global warming agenda. Democratic ...

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Gillibrand Begins Fundraising Off Of Chris Wallace’s ‘Not Very Polite’ Comment

Chris Wallace scolded Democratic New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand for criticizing Fox News while appearing on the network and his condemnation has become the presidential hopeful’s new rallying cry. In addition to adding “Not ‘very polite.’” to her twitter bio on Monday, Gillibrand’s campaign began selling a $20 canvas tote bag adorned with the phrase “Frankly, not very polite.” “Ever ...

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Gillibrand Stumbles Over Campaign Slogan And Policy Reversals

Democratic presidential hopeful Kirsten Gillibrand struggled to explain Sunday how her flip-flopping on policy aligns with her campaign slogan “Brave Wins.” “Your campaign slogan is ‘Brave Wins’ but when you were a congresswoman representing a conservative district in upstate New York, you took pretty conservative positions on guns and immigration. Once you became Senator for the entire liberal state of ...

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Trump’s Chance at Four More Years, In Numbers

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As far back as President Trump’s inauguration, there has been much speculation as to who will win the 2020 Presidential Elections. Public opinion swayed during different parts of Trump’s presidency, such as the government shutdowns, the Special Counsel Investigation, and other events. Many Republicans and conservatives claim that Trump has exposed the “Fake News Media” and the real intentions of ...

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Trump Reveals Major Detail About 2020 Presidential Run

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President Donald Trump revealed a major detail about his 2020 presidential run announcement in a tweet Friday afternoon. “I will be announcing my Second Term Presidential Run with First Lady Melania, Vice President Mike Pence, and Second Lady Karen Pence on June 18th in Orlando, Florida, at the 20,000 seat Amway Center. Join us for this Historic Rally!” Trump wrote ...

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Democrats Make Surprise Move To Squeeze And Narrow Campaign Field

The Democratic Party’s directive to establish a 130,000 donor quota to qualify presidential candidates for participation in the third primary debate is raising concerns among campaign officials. Two-thirds of the 2020 Democratic field might not qualify to participate in the September debate due to the measure, The New York Times reported Thursday, citing officials from multiple campaigns. The threshold doubles ...

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Dems Accuse DNC Of Racism for Tightening Debate Requirements

A handful of Democrats believe that the Democratic National Committee’s decision to tighten debate requirements will create blowback for black people and help the party’s “white male gatekeepers.” “The DNC’s new rules, coming so early in the cycle, will amplify the harm done to diverse candidates by a political elite — from pollsters to talking heads — dominated by white ...

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Biden Calls For Universal Pre-K In Sweeping Education Plan

Former vice president and current presidential candidate Joe Biden called for universal pre-kindergarten for all 3- and 4-year-old kids as part of a sweeping education plan, according to an announcement prior to a town hall in Houston Tuesday. Biden plans to work with states to provide universal pre-K, according to his campaign website. “This investment will ease the burden on ...

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Open Borders: O’Rourke Proposes ‘Most Sweeping Rewrite Of US Immigration Law In A Generation’

Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke revealed an extensive policy proposal on Wednesday that would overhaul the U.S immigration system. “We just announced a plan that would implement the most sweeping rewrite of U.S. immigration law in a generation and overcome years of inaction to finally advance a new vision of immigration that fully reflects our country’s values,” O’Rourke announced. The ...

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Fundraising Bars To Be Higher To Qualify For Third Democratic Presidential Debate

ABC News, in partnership with Univision, will host the third Democratic presidential debate in September and the polling and fundraising bars will be higher for candidates to qualify, the Democratic National Committee announced Wednesday. In the first and second rounds of debates, candidates have to either pass a donor or polling threshold to qualify. For the third debate, however, candidates ...

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Bill Weld’s Campaign is Important

For those who are not aware, Donald J. Trump has a challenger for the Republican nomination. Yes, despite the President’s 87 percent approval rating within his own party and the GOP essentially taking away the oxygen for any primary challenge, William F. Weld is running for President. Who is Bill Weld? Bill Weld was a two-term Republican governor of Massachusetts ...

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2020 Democrat Presidential Debate: Who Qualified And Who Is Struggling?

The crowded 2020 presidential primary field is beginning to shape up as Democratic hopefuls meet the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) threshold for who qualifies to participate in the party’s debates. In order to score one of the debate podiums, candidates must either receive donations from at least 65,000 unique donors (with a minimum of 200 donors in more than 19 ...

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DNC Chair Rolls Out A System To Avoid Turning Democratic Debates Into A Chaotic Nightmare

Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez is creating a lottery system to determine which Democratic candidates stands on stage during the party’s initial two-day debate, The Hill reported Friday. Perez told The Hill that the party has not determined the methodology of the random draw, but he did promise the process would be transparent for all the candidates. The ultimate ...

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Facebook Is Trying To Reduce Political Advertising Ahead Of 2020 Election

As the 2020 election approaches, Facebook says that it has stopped paying employees commissions for the sale of political ads on the social media platform. Political advertisements are now perceived as a “headache” to Facebook, according to former Facebook employees and digital campaign strategist, the Wall Street Journal reports. The alleged Russian meddling in the U.S’s 2016 election has raised ...

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