"How the heck did Donald Trump become president in 2016?" Yang said at his rally in New York City.
If Congress won't work with her, Senator Harris plans to go it alone on an assault weapons ban should she ascend to the White House next fall.
If the governor signs the bill, a doctor who performs an abortion in the state could face a felony charge.
Republican strategists told The New York Times that they wish Trump would stop his attacks on Joe Biden, arguing that it only elevates the presidential candidate.
Representative Tulsi Gabbard, a Democratic presidential candidate, said the WiliLeaks founder Julian Assange and national security whistleblower Edward Snowden should not be prosecuted for disclosing information.
Senator Cory Booker, a 2020 presidential candidate, has proposed new reforms to meet the mounting challenge of gun suicides.
"You've probably heard this: There's an Asian man running for president, and he wants to give everyone $1,000 a month," Yang has said at recent rallies.
"I think it reinforces that perception of privilege," Beto O'Rourke said on "The View" about his Vanity Fair cover story.
The South Bend, Indiana, mayor is polling at 0 percent of the black vote In South Carolina, an important primary state where black voters make up 61 percent of the primary electorate.
While 86 percent of Democrats and 73 percent of independents said they'd support a candidate who adheres to Islam, less than 40 percent of Republicans would, according to a new poll.
Trump is openly defiling the very basic principles of our Constitution. Whatever it means for 2020, he must be brought to account.
"Donald J. Trump...looks like he would rather be a king than a president who had to work to earn and preserve the trust of the American people," Bill Weld told CNN on Friday.
The 2020 field is crowded with Democratic candidates, and the freshman from New York could help tip the scales.
Ari Horowitz vowed he would "throw an intellectual hand grenade on the Democratic debate stage."
"We're becoming the Whole Foods party, when we need to figure out how to win in Dollar General districts like mine," J.D. Scholten told The Washington Post.
The proposals would incur significant opposition from Republican lawmakers and organizations like the National Rifle Association.
New video recorded by Bland at the time of her arrest is leading to calls for the probe into her arrest and death to be reopened.
"The Democrat Party is definitely going down the path toward socialism," Ronna McDaniel warned.
Discussing his chances against Trump, Buttigieg said no one will "play his game better than he does, and so we've got to do something completely different."
A Republican strategist told Fox News that Joe Biden's poll numbers are "as good as it's ever going to get" and that Bernie Sanders' recent slide in the polls is due to every 2020 Democratic candidate "cannibalizing" his campaign platform.
Trump's campaign raised $1.47 million in donations from women across the country in the first quarter of 2019, according to an analysis by the Center for Responsive Politics.
"We need a new voting rights act," said Harris said during her keynote speech at the NAACP Freedom Fund dinner.
"I'm in favor of the idea in terms of sending the message that [Trump] ought to release his tax returns," former White House ethics chief Richard Painter said.
"Give it a try & tell us how much of your student loan debt will be cancelled," the senator tweeted.
"Morning Joe" host says president will need to find new campaign if he wants to beat Democratic front runners next year.
Robert Francis Pratersch faces 15 years in jail after threatening to kill the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate.
Over the years, Donald Trump and his immediate and extended family have donated to a half-dozen 2020 Democrats.
"Even if only a quarter [of] eligible voters participate, we are talking about enough money in a presidential race to replace all other forms of fundraising," Kenneth Mayer, a campaign finance reform expert, told Newsweek.
"Little awkward to say I admit, but it's going to look fantastic on his hat," said Colbert.
Manufacturing jobs did grow, by about half a million, during Trump's first two years in office. But job numbers are still about a third lower than they were in 1980 and lower than they were in 2008.