Bernie Sanders has suspended his Democratic presidential campaign — all but handing the nomination to former Vice President Joe Biden.
Sunday President Trump said that he has never been briefed about Russian efforts to help Bernie Sanders win the Democratic presidential nomination and he accused the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee of leaking election security information from a classified briefing.
Wednesday Former National Security Adviser John Bolton denounced the House’s impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump as “grossly partisan” and said his testimony would not have changed Trump’s acquittal in the Senate, as he continued to stay quiet on the details of a yet-to-be-released book.
Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg shot back at Rush Limbaugh’s claim America is “still not ready to elect” an openly gay president, rejecting a lecture on “family values” from the conservative radio host.
Three survivors of church shootings are running as gun-rights advocates in March Republican primaries in Texas, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Former Vice President Joe Biden indicated in an interview that if he is elected president, he would veto a “Medicare-for-all” bill if by some “miracle” one were to reach his desk. Biden stressed he does not object to the idea of universal health care. He even echoed Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., by saying that medical care “should be a right.” Rather, he does not see how the program would be feasible.
The problems with an app that was to be used to tally and report results in Iowa’s caucuses do not appear to have come from a hacking attack or other malicious cyber activity, acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said Tuesday morning, while also confirming a report that the DHS’ cybersecurity unit had offered to vet the app, but was turned down.