The former New York City mayor has seen his polling with black primary voters jump two points despite controversy around his past remarks on stop-and-frisk.
Neal Katyal said the country had a "robust tradition of law" and suggested it would "find a way to catch up" with the president
The new poll found the Vermont senator was the only Democratic primary candidate to beat Donald Trump in a hypothetical head-to-head.
A progressive polling firm found the Vermont senator had a huge lead among Hispanic likely caucus-goers in the state.
The billionaire visited the Las Vegas church on Sunday to address the congregation about issues facing the black community, his campaign said.
The former Democratic primary frontrunner was on the campaign stump in Nevada yesterday, visiting Las Vegas and a Henderson college campus.
The president's eldest son also said he believed his father's critics would say the president had dementia if he mixed up states.
The former New York City mayor was called "condescending" and an "enormous clown" over his assessment of what it takes to farm.
The president's eldest son suggested the former New York City mayor did not have a "real following" and had to buy support.
The co-founder of an anti-Trump group wrote in a Washington Post op-ed that there was no one better than Attorney General William Barr at predicting the president's whims.
The New York representative said people needed to "slow down a bit" on criticising changes to bail rules in the state that sparked controversy.
Santa Ana Police Department and Orange County Sheriff's Department told local news it would not support or participate in ICE enforcement of immigration laws.
The Vermont senator came 14 points ahead of the president when voters were asked if they admired their characters.
The freshman congresswoman from New York hit out at Rep. Henry Cuellar over his support from the NRA and "big oil."
Democratic Rep. David Cicilline also speculated about the attorney general's sincerity when he said he would not be bullied by the president.
The president's personal attorney claimed to have evidence of Hunter Biden being involved in a "corruption affair."
The president was found to fare worst against Mike Bloomberg, but still came out 14-points ahead of the former mayor.
The president said the ex-New York City mayor's stop-and-frisk approach to gun crime was "tremendous beyond belief" when he went head-to-head with Hillary Clinton.
The Vermont senator also accused Carville of saying "terrible things" about Barack Obama during the 2008 primary campaign.
The Minnesota senator had a little over 19 percent of the New Hampshire primary vote with 87 percent of precincts counted.
Tim O'Brien told the president's eldest son that his father was a "flagrantly hateful racist" and said his boss was not "in the same category."
The president's eldest son has not ruled out a future presidential run and came second in a poll of possible 2024 candidates earlier this year.
Spencer Kimball of Emerson told Newsweek that Sen. Klobuchar had a better chance of performing well in South Carolina than Pete Buttigieg.
Todd complained about being on the "receiving end of the Bernie online brigade" before quoting the article from a conservative outlet.
Dave Nagle pinned blame for the chaotic caucus on the DNC chairman and said Iowa Democrats were "bushwhacked by a bad system."
One poll found the Minnesota senator was 7.6 points better off in New Hampshire following her debate performance on Friday.
The former White House communications director also argued the president was "incapable" of empowering his staff.
The Tennessee Republican was also thanked and praised by supporters of President Donald Trump over his move against further impeachment evidence.
Club for Growth said it plans to run advertisements targeting the Georgia Republican's record over a five week period.
The indicted Florida businessman told CNN he did not know if Graham was "deeply involved" and had not had direct contact with the senator.