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Joe Biden Talks About Fundraising Numbers, And The Quarter’s Not Even Over

Former Vice President Joe Biden said he had 360,000 donors with an average contribution of $55 for his 2020 campaign, suggesting he has raised nearly $20 million since his late April launch at a New York City fundraising event Monday night. He made the announcement Monday night at hedge fund manager Jim Chanos’s home in the Upper East Side, reported ...

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Poll Suggests Texas Is Heading Towards A 2020 Showdown

Only half of the registered voters in Texas currently support casting a ballot for President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, according to a University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll released Monday. The poll shows Trump neck-and-neck in the Lone Star state with a generic Democrat candidate. Accordingly, 39% of registered voters said they would “definitely” vote to reelect the president, ...

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Democrats Divided On How To Attack Biden Without Tarnishing Obama Legacy

Democrats trying to bring down 2020 frontrunner Joe Biden are divided on how to criticize his vice presidential record without alienating voters still in the thrall of former president Barack Obama. Biden has faced criticism from all sides for things like his work on harsh drug legislation from the 1980s and 1990s and his recent flip on the Hyde Amendment. ...

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President Trump to hold MAGA 2020 Campaign Kickoff Rally in Florida Tuesday

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President Donald Trump will officially kick-off his 2020 re-election campaign on Tuesday with a Make America Great Again rally in Orlando, Florida. Big Rally tomorrow night in Orlando, Florida, looks to be setting records. We are building large movie screens outside to take care of everybody. Over 100,000 requests. Our Country is doing great, far beyond what the haters & ...

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Ocasio-Cortez Tweets Back At Trump: ‘I’ll Call Your Bluff’

Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted back at President Donald Trump Sunday after he agreed with comments she made that there is a “very real risk” he will be re-elected in 2020 if Democrats don’t impeach. If Trump is not impeached, Ocasio-Cortez believes that Democrats will lose the presidency to Trump, according to an interview she had Sunday with Jon Karl on ...

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On the Stage: Tulsi Gabbard

This is the fifth article of our “On the Stage” series, where the goal is to get to know each and every single candidate vying for the chance to take on President Donald J. Trump in the 2020 election as the Democratic nominee. As the first of the Democratic debates approach, we try to understand each of the candidates and ...

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On the Stage: Tim Ryan

This is the third article of our “On the Stage” series, where the goal is to get to know each and every single candidate vying for the chance to take on President Donald J. Trump in the 2020 election as the Democratic nominee. As the first Democratic debates approach, we try to understand each of the candidates and their campaigns ...

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On the Stage: Julian Castro

This is the fourth article of our “On the Stage” series, where the goal is to get to know each and every single candidate vying for the chance to take on President Donald J. Trump in the 2020 election as the Democratic nominee. As the first of the Democratic debates approach, we try to understand each of the candidates and ...

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On the Stage: Seth Moulton

This is the second article of our “On the Stage” series, where the goal is to get to know each and every single candidate vying for the chance to take on President Donald J. Trump in the 2020 election as the Democratic nominee. As the first Democratic debates approach, we try to understand each of the candidates and their campaigns ...

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On the Stage: Eric Swalwell

This is the first article of our “On the Stage” series, where the goal is to get to know each and every single candidate vying for the chance to take on President Donald J. Trump in the 2020 election as the Democratic nominee. As the first of the Democratic debates approach, we try to understand each of the candidates and ...

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Anita Hill Says She Could Vote For Biden After Refusing To Forgive Him

Anita Hill says that she would consider voting for Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden in the general election despite her unwillingness to accept Biden’s apology for how he treated her during her 1991 testimony at Justice Clarence Thomas’s confirmation hearing. “Of course I could,” Hill responded on Thursday when NBC’s Andrea Mitchell asked if she could conceive of voting for ...

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Amazon Replies After Joe Biden Dings Company For Not Paying Its Fair Share

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Amazon pushed back Thursday against Biden’s assertions that the big tech company pays a lower tax rate than middle-class workers. “We’ve paid $2.6B in corporate taxes since 2016. We pay every penny we owe. Congress designed tax laws to encourage companies to reinvest in the American economy. We have. $200B in investments since 2011 & 300K US jobs. Assume VP ...

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FLASHBACK: Biden Said ‘I Do Not View Abortion As A Choice And A Right’

Former Vice President Joe Biden once took a middle-of-the-road approach to the abortion debate, a video from 2006 reveals. The Democratic 2020 presidential hopeful spoke to Texas Monthly in a 2006 interview later uploaded to YouTube in 2008 about his approach to abortion he said drew anger from both Republicans and Democrats. CNN’s KFile unearthed the video Thursday. Biden explains ...

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