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Vermont GOP Uses Sanders’ Collusion Logic To Call Him Out Over Wife’s Scandal

The Vermont GOP demanded Sunday that Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders release “all investigative material” related to an investigation of a land deal connected to his wife and hung its argument on Sanders’ Mueller report rhetoric. Sanders, a leading contender for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, has called for release of the “whole damn report.” Attorney General William Barr released ...

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Linda McMahon To Run Pro-Trump Super PAC America First Action

Linda McMahon

Linda McMahon is leaving her position as head of the Small Business Administration to help raise money for President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign, according to Politico. McMahon, who announced her resignation last week, will be chairing America First Action, a primary pro-Trump super PAC expected to raise several hundred million dollars for Trump’s re-election efforts. The leading contender for the ...

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Army Veteran Makes Emotional Pitch In Attempt To Flip Blue Texas District Back To Red

Army veteran and Houston-area businessman Wesley Hunt announced on Tuesday that he will be running on the Republican ticket for Texas’s 7th Congressional District after it flipped blue in 2018. “When the towers fell on 9/11, I was a sophomore at West Point. On that fateful day, my classmates and I knew we’d be called to fight in America’s war ...

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Biden Team Blames ‘Right Wing Trolls’ For Creepy Joe Photos

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s team pushed back on allegations of sexual misconduct on Monday by blaming members of the right-wing for circulating out-of-context photographs. “These smears and forgeries have existed in the dark recesses of the internet for a while,” said a Biden spokesman. “And to this day, right wing trolls and others continue to exploit them.” Forceful pushback ...

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SHOCK: DNC Finance Chair Sides With Biden Over Lucy Flores’ Unwanted Kissing Accusation

A top Democratic National Committee (DNC) official sided with Vice President Joe Biden over Lisa Flores, the former Nevada lawmaker accusing Biden of grabbing her shoulders, smelling her hair and kissing her head at a 2014 campaign event in a move opposite the party’s fake “believe all women” stance. DNC finance chair Henry Munoz said he doesn’t believe Flores because ...

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Cash Rolling In For Republican Party Committees

The Republican Party-affiliated national campaign committees have outraised their Democratic counterparts in 2019, according to the latest FEC data. Republican committees raised a combined $54.4 million in the first two months of 2019, while Democrats reported $39.6 million during the same period. Main party committee fundraising accounted for much of the gap, with the Republican National Committee (RNC) bringing in ...

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Gillibrand Releases Over A Decade Of Tax Returns — Calls On Others To Do The Same

President hopeful and Democratic New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand released her federal tax returns on Wednesday and urged others running for president in 2020 to release their tax returns as well. “Transparency is essential to combating the corrupting influence of money in politics,” Gillibrand tweeted. “The American people should know that their president is beholden to no one but them ...

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Biden Plays The White Misogynistic Man Apology Card

Former Vice President Joe Biden said last night he regretted the way he treated Anita Hill during the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas in 1991. Biden acknowledged his role in the hearings, behavior which has come under scrutiny as he positions himself to enter the presidential race, according to the New York Times. The remarks were made ...

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Kamala Harris Reveals $315 Billion Plan To Increase Pay For Public School Teachers

California Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris revealed a multi-billion dollar policy proposal to increase teacher pay Tuesday. The proposal would give public school teachers a $13,500 raise, equivalent to a 23 percent base pay increase. The plan would cost approximately $315 billion in federal funding over 10 years. “As president, I will make the largest federal investment in teacher pay in ...

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Republican Challenger Sets April Deadline For Decision To Take On Trump For President

Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld says he is leaning toward a Republican presidential run, and will give himself until next month to make a final decision. “I’m leaning towards doing it unless something changes, and set myself an informal deadline of the month of April to pull the trigger,” Weld said Monday while visiting the early primary state of New ...

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Beto O’Rourke Follows In Obama’s Footsteps With Latest Campaign Hire

Presidential hopeful and former Democratic Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke revealed on Monday that he made a key addition to his campaign by hiring one of former President Barack Obama’s top campaign staffers. Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, who was Obama’s deputy campaign manager for his 2012 presidential run, will be serving as the campaign manager for O’Rourke’s 2020 Beto for America campaign. ...

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Democratic Senator Declines To Seek 2020 Reelection

Democratic New Mexico Sen. Tom Udall said he will not seek a third term in the 2020 election Monday. “I’m confident that we could run a strong campaign next year to earn a third term … But the worst thing anyone in public office can do is believe the office belongs to them, rather than to the people they represent. ...

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Cory Booker Wants A Woman On His Ticket, But Not As President

The pandering that goes on in Democrat politics is enough to make everyone sick. Democrats don’t care about the best person for the job, they care only about identity politics, which their party has perfected to the point that nothing is real and no one does any serious thinking. Recently Cory Booker swore that there would be a woman on ...

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‘He’s Apologized For Being Born’: Bloomberg Takes On Beto’s Unusual Campaign Approach

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg poked fun at Democrats running for office Thursday night while explaining his reason for not jumping into a crowded presidential race. One of the prerequisites for running in 2020 is the need to go on an apology tour, Bloomberg said during a Bermuda Executive Forum in New York. The billionaire businessman gave former ...

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Obama Is Headed To Washington With His Eyes On Freshman House Democrats

Freshman Democrats in the House of Representatives are scheduled to meet former President Barack Obama on Monday during an introduction event hosted by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Pelosi is gathering her caucus’s new members to “celebrate the freshman class of the 116th Congress” and meet the party’s former leader, according to an invitation obtained by Politico. The reception ...

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