Category Archives: Campaigns & Elections

GOP Senate Candidate in Tenn.: ‘Call Me a Racist ‘

Manny Sethi, who is running for the Republican nomination for Senate in Tennessee, is launching a new ad featuring his mother, who immigrated to the United States from India, Politico is reporting.

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Trump pushes back on report Barr denied request for press conference clearing him on Ukraine

Thursday President Trump pushed back on a report that Attorney General William Barr refused a request to hold a news conference declaring that the president hadn’t broken any laws in his July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky — calling the report a “con job.”

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to campaign for Bernie Sanders in Iowa

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, will campaign for Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in Iowa — a sign of the important role the freshman congresswoman will play in the Vermont senator’s 2020 presidential bid in a vital state.

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Dems Worry Over DNC’s Lack of Defense for Biden

Some Democrats are growing concerned about the party’s lack of a digital counter-punch to deal with tweets from the Republican National Committee and RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel blasting former Vice President Joe Biden and impeachment efforts.

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Frm. Ukraine Prosecutor Told to Stop Investigation Into Biden’s Son, Says Giuliani’s Notes

Viktor Shokin, Ukraine’s prosecutor who was fired in March 2016, told Rudy Giuliani earlier this year that he was told to stop his investigation into a natural gas firm linked to Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, Fox News reports.

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Funding ‘Medicare-for-all’ with taxes on the rich ‘impossible,’ study says

Monday a bipartisan budget watchdog released a report detailing options for how the federal government could pay for “Medicare-for-all,” the health care plan popular with 2020 Democratic presidential contenders — and its findings show there would be no way to fund the expanded health program by simply raising taxes on the rich.

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Sanders Campaign Pivots Health Scare to Medicare for All Message

Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential election campaign on Wednesday sought to use news the candidate had a heart procedure to highlight the benefits of his trademark Medicare for All healthcare plan.

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Pelosi: Impeachment Vote on Trump Is Not Inevitable

Thursday Nancy Pelosi said she does not think the impeachment inquiry on President Donald Trump has gone past no return, and she does not think a vote to impeach him is inevitable in the House.

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Trump blasts ‘badly failing presidential candidate’ Kamala Harris over boycott of forum

Typical hateful Demonrat. Saturday President Trump took a rare swipe at 2020 Democratic hopeful Kamala Harris criticizing the California senator for boycotting a South Carolina criminal justice forum in protest of the group giving an award to him.

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Trump Suggests China’s Xi, Ukraine Should Investigate Bidens

President Donald Trump on Thursday called on another nation to probe former Vice President Joe Biden: China.

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