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Biden Focuses On Super-Tuesday States As He Slips In The Polls

Former vice president Joe Biden is focusing on Super-Tuesday states as an insurance policy against Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s growing lead. Biden ramped up his presence in states that will hold preferential primaries or caucuses on Super Tuesday during the election cycle, set for March 3, 2020. These fourteen states include Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas,  California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, ...

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Liz Warren Stammers When Asked If She Would Allow Her VP’s Son to Sit On Foreign Company’s Board

Sen. Elizabeth Warren appeared to stammer and waffle Wednesday when a reporter asked her if it would be ethical if her hypothetical vice president’s son served on the board of a foreign company. “No,” Warren told a reporter at a campaign stop in New Hampshire before pausing to reconsider her answer. She added: “I don’t know. I mean I’d have ...

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Warren Takes Slight Lead, Passes Biden In National Poll

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has taken a slight lead over former vice president Joe Biden among Democratic voters, a national poll shows. A Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday found 27% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents would vote for Warren, while 25% said they would vote for Biden. Her lead comes within the survey’s margin of error, the surveyors noted. ...

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Biden And Warren Want American Taxpayers To Fund Transgender Surgery

Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren want American taxpayers to pay for transgender surgeries. The presidential candidates spoke at an LGBTQ forum in Iowa hosted by GLAAD, the Advocate and the Cedar Rapids Gazette, according to Vox. Both Biden and Warren touched on taxpayer funded transgender surgeries. Biden promised to make transgender surgery legal under Obamacare. “It does ...

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Warren Bought Lemonade From Two 11-Year-Old Girls. They Donated The Money To The March For Life

2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren bought lemonade from two 11-year-old girls in August – who then donated that $10 to the March for Life. The presidential candidate and her campaign bus stopped by a lemonade stand manned by Sienna Michels and Audrey Billings on August 8 in Harlan, Iowa, according to the Washington Free Beacon. “Our daughters thought [Warren] was ...

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Elizabeth Warren Hires Lobbyist One Day After Unveiling Plan To Curb Lobbyist Influence In DC

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren hired a Planned Parenthood lobbyist to a key role in her presidential campaign Tuesday, just one day after Warren announced a plan that would “end lobbying as we know it.” Warren unveiled an anti-corruption plan Monday that would introduce a “cooling off” period for lobbyists before they can serve in government roles and would ...

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Gut Punch: Top Democratic Candidates Ditching MSNBC’s Climate Forum

Five of the top Democratic presidential candidates will not be participating in MSNBC’s nearly two-day climate change forum. Former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, Sen. Kamala Harris of California, and Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota are not joining their fellow candidates at the forum, which will be held in Washington, D.C., Washington Post reported Thursday. Biden, ...

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Harris, Sanders, Warren Stay Mum On Fracking Ban Proposals After Attack Sends Oil Markets Soaring

Sens. Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren stay tight-lipped on anti-fracking positions as reports show U.S. natural gas production helped prevent chaos after attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil plants. An energy analyst tell the Daily Caller News Foundation that their “agenda is not practical” in a world where natural gas helps the country weather such disruptions. Crude markets rebound ...

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Elizabeth Warren Silent On Whether She’ll Return Campaign Contributions From Defense Contractor Executive |

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has taken an aggressive stance toward Massachusetts-based defense contractor Raytheon, a company she used to have a cozy relationship with prior to the launch of her campaign. But despite Warren’s recent change of heart toward Raytheon, the Massachusetts senator won’t say whether she’ll return contributions her presidential campaign has received from Raytheon vice president of ...

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Elizabeth Warren Accuses Trump and Pence Of Using Taxpayer Money For Pence Stay in Ireland

Throughout President Trump’s time in office, Democrats have made one attempt after the other to take him down. First, all we heard was ”Stormy, Stormy, Stormy.” When that didn’t work it then they claimed that he colluded with the Russian government in order to win the 2016 election. When that didn’t work, the Democrats then accused Trump of obstructing justice. ...

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Biden, Warren Benefit Most as Remaining Candidates Continue Slide

As the field of Democratic presidential nominees is winnowed, three front-runners have emerged and two of them seem to have benefited most from the demise of the also-ran, tier-3 nominee-seekers. (Related: Social Justice: Democrats to Choose Nominee from Group of Old White People) Now that Harris, Buttigieg, O’Rourke and the other collection of also-rans have dipped into single-digits – or ...

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Former Hillary Adviser Says The Race Is Down To Biden, Warren, Sanders: ‘It’s Too Late In The Game To Keep Saying It’s Too Early’

The 2020 Democratic presidential pick is down to three candidates, warns a former Hillary Clinton adviser: former vice president Joe Biden, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren. (Related: Democrats to Choose Nominee from Group of Old White People) Longtime Clinton adviser Philippe Reines pointed out that Biden, Sanders, and Warren are the only candidates polling above single digits. Meanwhile, ...

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Circular Firing Squad: As Warren Draws Bigger Crowds, Dem Rivals Rev Up Oppo Research

As 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren draws massive crowds and larger campaign donations, her rivals have begun to rev up their opposition research against her. The Massachusetts senator initially showed weak campaign funding and was derided for her claim to Native American heritage, Politico reports, leading her competitors to dismiss her. But Warren held a Sunday event in Seattle ...

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