"I think the logical thing to say is, I'm going to try to get into the October debates. If I can, I think that's a good reason to keep going forward, and if I can't, I think it's really tough to conceive of continuing."
Late last month Trump said that Jewish people who voted for Democrats (that's the vast majority of Jewish people in the U.S.) were being disloyal, bringing up the common anti-Semitic trope of dual loyalty.
The president has called the Koch brothers "totally overrated" and "a total joke in real Republican circles."
"This attack on children and their families is inhumane and unjust. These families are all here receiving treatment that is unavailable in their home countries, and our government has issued them a death sentence."
Gillibrand dropping out of race creates a moment of reflection for Democrats polling at less than 2%
"It's the right thing to do for the planet," wrote the chairwoman and president of BP America in defence of federal regulations.
Republicans are also far more likely than Democrats to think Epstein was killed.
For some candidates, the writing is already on the wall: They don't have a shot at winning this race.
"I'm not going to lose that wealth, I'm not going to lose it on dreams," he said. "I want clean air, I want clean water, I want a wealthy country... I'm an environmentalist."
"Without a functioning election watchdog, the vulnerabilities in U.S. elections that were exposed in 2016 by Russia will be exploited to greater effect by foreign and domestic actors in the 2020 election and beyond."
The president kneels down to sign the child's campaign poster and appears to ask if she is "rich." He continues, questioning, "Do you have a lot of money?" The president then walks away.
"Neither side sees the benefit to cooperating as better than hanging tough... We expect that tensions will continue to escalate at least until the costs of doing so are too big to ignore."
"No Republican has any trouble imagining the laundry list of socialist policies that 51 Senate Democrats would happily inflict on Middle America in a filibuster-free Senate."
Tom Steyer has bought Google ads that populate
"Today's news should be welcomed by the 2020 Democrats, who last year made clear that keeping families together should be a top government priority when it comes to illegal immigration," Trump's 2020 reelection campaign said.
The president doubled down on his second coming comments, telling reporters that when it comes to trade relations with China, "I am the chosen one."
The latest poll, which surveyed 17,000 registered Democratic voters over the last week, found O'Rourke's chances at the presidency stagnant and weak.
"Senator Harris was hearing from lots of voters real concerns, specifically about proactively abolishing private insurance, the four year transition, middle class tax hikes, and so she came up with her own plan to adjust for those that, frankly, is better than his."
"The Democrats are trying to 'will' the Economy to be bad for purposes of the 2020 Election. Very Selfish!" he wrote.
"When you're president because of a grand total of less than 78,000 votes spread out over three states, you don't have to alienate too much of your base on an issue they care about to lose," warned conservative radio host Steve Deace.
The president is allegedly interested in Greenland because of the world's largest island's strategic location and its wealth of untapped natural resources.
Voters gave Trump a 9-point edge when asked to predict the outcome if "the Democratic nominee is a woman."
"Cutting budgets is one way to handicap an agency without eliminating it altogether," said Bridget Stomberg, an associate professor of accounting at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business.
For each donation, the Bennet campaign said they would send McConnell's office a copy of the book in the donor's name.
"Nobody is a fiscal conservative anymore," said Rush Limbaugh on his radio show. "All this talk about concern for the deficit and the budget has been bogus for as long as it's been around."
"Help us annoy Chris Cuomo and buy your "Fredo Unhinged Tee" now!" the copy on the site reads. The shirt sells for $34.00 and purchases count as a contribution to the Trump 2020 campaign.
"President Trump has changed what the electorate is willing to accept when it comes to politics and campaigning, he's changed the standards."
"Secretary Bernhardt has worked his entire career to weaken wildlife protections for the sake of more drilling and mining."
"The benefit is long-term benefit, self-sufficiency is critical for the U.S. and American taxpayers going forward."
"This is what 2020 is about. If we can get the House back and keep our majority in the Senate, and President Trump wins re-election, I can promise you not only are we going to repeal Obamacare, we're going to do it in a smart way..."