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Michael Moore Wants Michelle Obama To Run In 2020

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Filmmaker Michael Moore said former first lady Michelle Obama is the one person who could “crush” President Donald Trump in the 2020 election. Moore urged Obama to run for president on MSNBC Wednesday evening following a presidential debate. “The only way to remove Trump is to crush Trump,” Moore said Wednesday. “And that’s the question that has to be asked. ...

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Joe Biden’s ‘Joe30330’ Stumble Leads To College Student’s Prank Website

2020 Presidential candidate Joe Biden accidentally told viewers to “go to Joe 30330” during closing statements, and the hiccup led a college student to use the domain name for his own website. Former Vice President Biden meant to tell supporters to text 30330, but accidentally told them to “go to” it, implying that “Joe 30330” was a website. A few ...

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Joe Biden Says There’s No Place For Fossil Fuels In His Administration After Saying ‘We Desperately Need Coal’ In 2012

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s proclamation that fossil fuels would have no place in his administration during Wednesday night’s debate was a far cry from his 2012 declaration that “we desperately need coal.” CNN’s Dana Bash asked Biden if there was any place for fossil fuels including coal and fracking in his administration. WATCH: Biden says no place for coal ...

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Highlights From The 2020 Democratic Debates: Round 2, Night 2

Democratic presidential candidates threw-down in the political dogfight that was the second night of the second round of debates. Bill De Blasio, Cory and Kamala Harris took aim at Joe Biden’s political track record, Kirsten Gillibrand said she would clorox the White House, and hecklers repeatedly disrupted the night’s affairs. Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation is available ...

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Watch: Highlights From The Democratic Debates: Round 2, Night 1

Democratic presidential candidates got into heated exchanges about illegal immigration, health care and racial issues throughout the first night of the second round of debates. Did Bernie Sanders just mention “strong border protection”? Did Marianne Williamson really just call everyone out? How many times did candidates say the word “racism”? Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation is available ...

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Crazy in Cali: Gov. Signs A Bill Requiring Presidential Candidates To Submit Tax Returns

Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Tuesday requiring all presidential candidates to submit fix years of tax returns to qualify for the primary ballot in California, as President Donald Trump fights against releasing this information. The bill, SB-27, has already passed in the California Assembly and Senate. It would require candidates running for U.S. president and California governor ...

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DNC Rejects Yang From September Debates Over Poll Criteria

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) rejected today the latest poll presented by 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang to qualify for the September democratic debates. The rejection came after Yang tweeted Monday that he was the eighth candidate to receive a position on the crowded democratic debate floor this fall. We did it #YangGang! As of today, we are officially the 8th ...

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Biden Promises To Be More Aggressive, Reportedly Scrambles To Recover Support Before Dem Debates

Former Vice President Joe Biden is reportedly scrambling to reassure donors after his performance at the June Democratic debates, sources told Politico. Biden had conversations with his donors shortly after it became clear he had slipped in the polls, according to Politico. The former vice president’s support dropped 10 percentage points after his debate performance, according to a Morning Consult/FiveThirtyEight poll. Democratic ...

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All 62 Freshmen House Democrats Have Raised More Than Their Republican Opponents: Report

All 62 freshman House Democrats have reportedly raised significantly more than their top Republican opponents ahead of the 2020 election so far. Additionally, all 31 Democrats from districts where President Donald Trump won in 2016 and all 39 Democrats who won previously Republican-held seats in 2018 have raised more than their Republican opponents. And in almost every case, the difference ...

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Mike Lindell Addresses Rumors He’s Running For Office

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell addressed rumors that he is planning to run for office in his home state of Minnesota, perhaps against Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar, on “Fox & Friends” Friday morning after comments he made earlier in July. “Well, the answer is not at this time. That was kind of taken all out of context but I did say ...

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Tulsi Gabbard Sues Google |

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is suing Google over allegations that the tech giant violated her right to “free speech.” The Democratic Hawaii Rep. alleged that Google censored her presidential campaign, according to a complaint filed Thursday. Google suspended her campaign’s advertising for several hours last month, The Hill reported, and Gabbard‘s complaint stated that it is a violation ...

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Biden Unveils Criminal Justice Plan — Goal To House 100% Of The Formerly Incarcerated

2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden unveiled “The Biden Plan for Strengthening America’s Commitment to Justice” Tuesday, which aims to house 100% of formerly incarcerated criminals. The plan encompasses “equality, equity, justice”— factors that Biden’s campaign said have never been lived up to in the justice system. The proposal outlines how the justice system can help former inmates “get the health ...

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Tom Steyer Dumps Gobs Of Cash On Facebook Ads, Still Can’t Get Trump-Level Attention

Billionaire Tom Steyer is spending more than every other presidential candidate on Facebook advertisements even as he struggles to gain the kind of attention President Donald Trump typically generates. New Facebook data shows that Steyer, a stringent anti-Trump advocate, spent $284,960 from July 14 through July 20 on Facebook ads, a number dwarfing other presidential candidates. He has already dropped $1 ...

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Did Bill Weld’s Campaign Manager Resign A Month Ago? Here’s What We Know

Republican 2020 presidential candidate Bill Weld’s campaign manager apparently quietly resigned June 14 after serving in the position for two months. Jennifer Horn, a former chairwoman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, was Weld’s campaign manager from April 15 to June 14. An article written by Horn and published by USA Today was updated to mention Horn’s affiliation to Weld. ...

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