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Pro-Life Groups, Planned Parenthood Launch Million Dollar Political Campaigns Heading Into 2020

The pro-life Susan B. Anthony List announced a $52 million effort to back President Donald Trump and Republicans the same week Planned Parenthood launched a $45 million campaign backing Democrats. Pro-life and pro-choice groups are ramping up efforts heading into the 2020 presidential election. Planned Parenthood announced earlier this week that the organization, which is the nation’s largest abortion provider, ...

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Muslim Refugee Journalist Challenges Ilhan Omar’s Congressional Seat: ‘She Does Not Speak For Me’

A Muslim refugee and journalist is challenging Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar as a Republican, saying the Minnesota representative “divides” the United States. Dalia al-Aqidi promises unity rather than division as she announced her campaign Thursday. The journalist, who has formerly been shadow-banned from Twitter after criticizing Omar, fled with her mother from Iraq as a child, just as Omar ...

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Dark Money Group Linked To Ocasio-Cortez To Spend $500,000 Attacking Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg

A dark money group with ties to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez announced Tuesday it will spend over $500,000 on digital ads attacking former Vice President Joe Biden and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Ocasio-Cortez has in the past called dark money the “enemy to democracy,” saying groups that use it do so to “manipulate electorates” and silence grassroots candidates. ...

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‘President Has Taken Them To School’: Former ICE Chief Says Why Immigration Wasn’t A Subject In Democratic Debate

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Former Acting Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Tom Homan guessed as to why the topic of immigration was not brought up during the Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate. None of the six candidates on stage were asked or spoke about immigration throughout the two-hour debate in Iowa — despite it being one of the most prioritized issues within the ...

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‘Media Malpractice’: CNN Faces Backlash For One-Sided Questioning On Sanders Vs. Warren

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CNN faced backlash Tuesday night after debate moderator Abby Phillips took Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s side and stated as fact that Sen. Bernie Sanders told Warren in a private conversation that a woman couldn’t win the presidential election. Warren has accused Sanders of telling her in a private 2018 dinner that a woman candidate couldn’t the 2020 race — but Sanders ...

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Buttigieg Addresses Lack Of Support From Black Voters

2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg addressed his lack of support from black voters Tuesday night at a Democratic debate. The former South Bend, Indiana, mayor responded to a question from CNN moderator Abby Phillip on his lack of support from black voters and said that “black voters who know me best are supporting me.” “Buttigieg, you have had trouble earning ...

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Biden Says Obama’s Nuclear Deal With Iran Was ‘Working’ Before Trump Pulled US Out

Former Vice President Joe Biden said during Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate that the Obama administration’s nuclear deal with Iran was working before voters elected President Donald Trump. “I was part of that deal to get the nuclear agreement with Iran, bringing together the rest of the world, including some of the folks who aren’t friendly to us, and it ...

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Trump Campaign Ramps Up Attention To Catholic Voters Ahead Of 2020 Elections

President Donald Trump’s campaign is ramping up attention to Catholic voters heading into the 2020 election season. The president has focused significant attention on Evangelical voters but now recognizes that he must devote similar attention to Catholic voters if he wishes to secure the 2020 presidential election, Politico reports. Many members of Trump’s staff are Catholics, including acting White House ...

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Left-Wing Groups Say FEC Should Remain Crippled Throughout 2020 Elections

A coalition of mostly left-wing groups Monday rejected a bipartisan call for the immediate nomination and confirmation of six new members of the Federal Election Commission. The FEC has only three active commissioners on its six-member board, rendering it unable to meet its four-member quorum to enforce campaign finance laws. The coalition called for the confirmation of just one or ...

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‘Repeatedly Betrayed Black Voters’: Sanders Co-Chair Rips Into Joe Biden

The national co-chair of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ 2020 campaign tore into former Vice President Joe Biden’s record on race in an op-ed Sunday. Biden has “repeatedly betrayed black voters,” Turner argued in an op-ed published in South Carolina newspaper The State. She hammered Biden’s opposition to forced desegregation busing and his work with segregationist senators, writing: “Biden didn’t just ...

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