"This president is not just a politician, he is a phenomenon," Williamson said. "The Democrats are sharpening their knives, he will be bringing a gun to this battle."
Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke used his increasingly common brusque manner to push aside criticisms and questions about Joe Biden's age or mental acuity.
Shapiro agreed with Biden that the U.S. health care system is one of the finest in the world and said if car accidents and suicides were moved then Americans have far higher life expectancy.
O'Rourke has become a champion for mandatory buybacks of assault weapons, such as AR-15s, that have been used in many recent mass shootings.
"If anyone thinks Trump can't be reelected, they better get another thing coming. He can be reelected," said Reid, before adding, "hope to hell he isn't."
Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabor al-Thani said Iranians won't crack under American economic pressure, and will look to play the long game instead.
Ivanka Trump first said that her mother, Ivana Trump, showed her how to be a successful and powerful woman.
In spite of a recent poll showing waning support in Trump's handling of the economy and other evidence that Trump could face a tough path to reelection, the CFOs think that the president will remain in office.
Fifteen Republicans have already announced that they will not be returning to Congress next year.
During the Democratic Party's 2020 debate, Beto O'Rourke accused President Donald Trump of being a white supremacist.
The trio only won by default; there were no huge, stand out moments other than Yang promising to give $1,000 a month to 10 families for the next year.
Eleven candidates have already met the requirements to participate in the fourth Democratic primary debate.
Still reeling from the mass shootings in Odessa and El Paso, the former Texas Representative told the Democratic debate crowd he would go beyond optional buybacks.
According to the DNC requirements, the representative from Hawaii didn't meet the 2 percent threshold in enough polls to make the cut.
The Vermont senator is now estimated to be worth as much as $2.5 million.
What many Americans may not realize is the indisputable link between today's most critical issues and what's happening in our broken youth justice system.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, who regularly leads candidate preference polls within the Democratic Party, trails Warren with a 71 percent favorability rating.
The former vice president isn't the only Democratic candidate to have a solid lead over President Donald Trump.
Biden was the only other candidate who fared better against Trump than Yang.
The Democratic presidential candidate argued that Republicans and Democrats "should facilitate the process of Democracy [but] not in any way dictate the process."
A Monmouth University poll released in late August showed a virtual three-way tie nationally among Biden, Warren and Sanders.
"You can't begrudge something that someone has done at an earlier point if they decide to move in a direction that I personally think is very positive," Yang said of Warren.
This will be President Trump's second "Keep America Great" rally in the swing state since July.
"Gun violence is literally life and death," says Warren to open the video. O'Rourke follows her with "it has become so numbingly common," and then Buttigieg adds that "we have kids going to school wondering if they're going to be physically safe."
"While our problems get worse by the day, our current representative [Ted Lieu] is busy writing his next tweet," Fricke said in a campaign video.
Longtime Texas Republicans and Democratic pollsters say predominately white new arrivals who moved to enjoy the state's economy are a primary factor behind the state potentially turning blue in 2020.
Democrat contender was addressing a forum in Costa Mesa, California, aimed at energizing Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren continues surging toward the top of the Democratic presidential contenders but former Vice President Joe Biden still holds onto an increasingly narrow polling lead.