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Rep. Tim Ryan Drops Out Of 2020 Race After Struggling To Gain Traction |

Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan announced Thursday his decision to drop out of the 2020 presidential election after the Democrat failed to gain much attention during the early part of the primary season. “I got into this race in April to really give voice to the forgotten people of our country. I look forward to continuing that fight,” Ryan said on ...

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Trump Campaign Owns Web Address For Biden’s Newly Announced Latino Outreach Campaign

The 2020 Trump campaign trolled Democratic candidate Joe Biden Wednesday by purchasing the web domain for Biden’s new Latino outreach campaign. The former vice president announced the outreach campaign called “Todos Con Biden,” or “Everyone With Biden,” Wednesday, but the campaign did not purchase the web address todosconbiden.com before the Trump campaign got its hands on it. Users that visit ...

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Warren Is ‘S******g On’ The American Dream, Billionaire Investor Says

A billionaire bashed 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren over her critiques of wealthy Americans, saying she is “shitting on” the American dream. The Massachusetts senator has demonstrated that she does not need wealthy donors or corporations to back her campaign, according to Politico. Warren has $26 million tucked away and has used corporate attacks on her as marketing through social ...

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Biden Bounds Back Into The Lead By Widest Margin Since April Despite Ukraine Scandal, Poll Shows

Former Vice President Joe Biden leads other Democratic 2020 presidential candidates by the widest margin since April, a CNN poll found. Thirty-four percent of Democratic and Democratic-leaning registered voters support Biden, according to the CNN poll conducted by the independent research company SSRS. SSRS conducted the poll for CNN over the phone from Oct. 17 to Oct. 20 among 1,003 ...

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Here’s What Ocasio-Cortez Said When Asked Why She Endorsed ‘An Old White Guy’

Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told a CBS News reporter at a Saturday rally that she is endorsing Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders for president because it shows America needs to cross racial lines. There were reports during the fourth Democratic debate on Oct. 15 that the freshman congresswoman would endorse Sanders’s 2020 Democratic presidential candidacy. She attended Sanders’s rally ...

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Elizabeth Warren Says She’ll Release Plan to Pay for Medicare For All

Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced Sunday afternoon that she plans in the coming weeks to release plans to fully pay for Medicare for all after months of avoiding the subject. Warren’s decision comes shortly after South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg railed against the Massachusetts Democrat for not having a plan to pay for such a monumental and likely expensive policy. ...

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Buttigieg Surges Into The Running In Iowa, Poll Shows

2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg surged into third place among likely Democratic caucusgoers in Iowa, a poll found. A Suffolk University-USA TODAY Poll released Monday found Democratic South Bend Indiana Mayor Buttigieg trailing former Vice President Joe Biden and Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren among likely Democratic Iowa caucusgoers. The poll surveyed 500 likely Iowa Democratic caucusgoers over the phone ...

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Impeachment Could Keep Senators Running For President Off The Campaign Trail For Weeks

An impeachment trial of President Donald Trump could keep 2020 presidential candidates who are also senators off the campaign trail for weeks. New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, California Sen. Kamala Harris, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren would be required to stay in Washington, D.C., during an impeachment trial, ...

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Here’s How Trump Uses Big Tech’s Liberal Tools Against Them

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President Donald Trump uses Facebook to throttle Democrats during elections even as conservatives argue the platform discriminates against their best interests.  Many of the critiques against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg are taking their toll as the company continues to struggle to endure the wrath from conservatives and liberals.  Trump’s campaign manager says he managed to flip the script on Silicon ...

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State Department Official Says Joe Biden Aide Shot Down His Concerns About Burisma In 2015

A senior State Department official told Congress this week that an aide to Joe Biden rebuffed him in 2015 when he raised concerns over Hunter Biden’s position on the board of Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian natural gas company. George Kent, the deputy assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, told lawmakers in a secret deposition on Tuesday that ...

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Buttigieg’s ‘Real Moral Authority’ Could Make Him A ‘Surprise’ Front-Runner, Strategist Says

A Democratic strategist praised South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s “real moral authority,” predicting that Buttigieg could be a “surprise” front-runner. Former Clinton administration staffer Michael Gordon told Newsweek that Buttigieg’s performance at Tuesday night’s debate stood out from other presidential candidates and that the Democratic mayor “definitely got more aggressive.” Gordon is the chief executive of strategic communications at ...

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Biden’s Cash-Strapped Campaign Spent Nearly $1 Million On Private Jet Travel

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign spent nearly $1 million on private jet travel as the Democrat’s presidential campaign’s financial situation turns more dire, according to federal data. Biden spent $923,000 on private jets during the third quarter, according to Federal Election Commission record the campaign filed Tuesday night. His travel expenses account for nearly one out of every $16 ...

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Ratings For The Fourth Democratic Debate Are In

The TV ratings for the fourth Democratic primary debates hosted by CNN and The New York Times on Tuesday night are in. The debate delivered 8,113,000 total views and 2,315,000 views for persons between the ages of 25 through 54 from 8 p.m. to 11:15 p.m. while it aired lived on CNN, according to early Nielsen Media Research. The last ...

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All Of Bernie Sanders’ Plans Combined Could Total A Whopping $97.5 Trillion Over 10 Years: Report

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ various spending proposals amount to a total of $97.5 trillion over 10 years. Total government spending could jump to as much as 70% of GDP under Sanders’ spending plans and 50% of the U.S. workforce would work for the government, the Manhattan-based news outlet City-Journal reported Monday. The U.S. budget deficit could reach $90 ...

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