"Whether it's Biden or Warren, Elizabeth Warren, or anybody else, what I believe is that in fact I am the strongest candidate to defeat Donald Trump," the independent senator from Vermont said.
Both Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama had 43 percent approval, the same as Trump, heading into their re-election campaigns.
The former vice president made controversial remarks about working with segregationists when he was in the Senate in the 1970s, which have earned him criticism from his fellow Democratic rivals running for president.
The comedian mocked the president's attempt to "officially re-launch the campaign he has never stopped."
"Instead of fake news, I'll make them correct news," President Donald Trump said.
President Donald Trump said on Fox News that his 2020 re-election campaign rally had a "special energy" at the event in Orlando, Florida.
Positions within the Democratic Party vary widely, and 2020 candidates have made starkly differing commitments to a hypothetical reparations program.
"Vice President Biden's relationships with proud segregationists are not the model for how we make America a safer and more inclusive place for black people, and for everyone," said Senator Cory Booker.
"Unfortunately, it's just become a part of something we are having to prepare for and expect," the editor in chief of the Orlando Sentinel told Newsweek.
"I mean, we may not want to demonize anybody who has made money," Joe Biden told elite donors at a fundraising event in New York City.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was asked during a Reddit "ask me anything" session how he deals with the negative connotations attached to democratic socialism in America.
The creator of the statue claimed that the clay she used never dried out, symbolizing the president's unfinished work.
Valeria Jarrett said the Democratic Party has "an embarrassment of riches" among candidates vying to take on President Donald Trump next year.
A major poll shows Democrats Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders defeating Donald Trump if the general election were held today.
"There's no point pretending we would ever recommend that readers vote for Trump," the Orlando Sentinel wrote.
The Trump Baby balloon will be one of several replicas made in the U.S., the British team behind the original blimp say.
"We'd even consider backing Trump if, say, he found the proverbial cure for cancer or—about as likely—changed the essence of who he is (he won't)," the article said.
"There's no question he's going to keep lying on the campaign trail and we're not going to let him escape from the truth," DNC Chairman Tom Perez told reporters on Tuesday.
"It's been a great two and a half years, and we're looking forward to another four more years," Marc Lotter said.
Trump's frustration with recent polls boiled over Monday night as he labeled Fox News "fake news" for discussing polling data showing him losing badly in 2020.
"Thousands of people are already lined up in Orlando, some two days before tomorrow night's big Rally," President Donald Trump tweeted on Monda
The president is set to launch his 2020 reelection bid in Orlando, Florida Tuesday evening.
"The fact of the matter is if we can't get a consensus nothing happens except the abuse of power by the executive," Biden said on Monday.
Donald Trump agreed with other members in his team who pushed for the campaign launch to take place in Florida.
Three-quarters of Democrats say sexism factored into Hillary Clinton's 2016 loss but a sizable chunk of left-leaning male voters still don't trust a woman to defeat Trump in 2020.
While 43 percent of registered voters in Texas would "definitely not" vote to re-elect Donald Trump in 2020.
"So those leaked polls were accurate you are saying but they were from three months ago—so they weren't fake news, they were old news," said Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy.
"They want to suppress the minds of people so they don't bother going out and voting," Trump said of pollsters.
The South Bend, Indiana mayor made the remarks in response to the suggestion he is "too young, too liberal [and] too gay" to be president.
The many tributes included touching stories, references to family separation at the U.S. Southern border and other calls to political action.