New Americans could swing the 2020 election. Who will come and earn our vote?
The falsehoods identified by VineSight were not run-of-the-mill social media jabs, but high-performing tweets that passed a certain threshold for virality.
The candidates seeking to challenge President Donald Trump are unbelievably invested in adopting policies and creating a country that average Americans simply don't want.
"Are you a white supremacist?" Joe Scarborough asked. "Does your company support white supremacy?
Harris, former California Attorney General, tells MSNBC, "I've seen people go to prison for far less than the evidence we have right now."
This week, our nation celebrated 400 years of representative democracy, but it seems the people seeking to replace President Donald Trump aren't such fans of the great American experiment.
Senators Kamala Harris and Cory Booker, who took turns railing against Biden, did not appear to have reaped significant gains from their performances.
"I'll tell you what, this is some crowd, some turnout," Trump said during his 2020 campaign rally at the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati.
The former first lady told Amtrak magazine The National that "there are so many ways to improve this country and build a better world."
Winning debates is all about framing the issues. My rhetoric students know this, and it's vital the Democrats learn it too.
The former VP made the comment while shaking hands with the California senator ahead of Wednesday's debate in Detroit.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and Sen. Kamala Harris continued to clash after their fiery exchange during the CNN debate in the Democratic Party's 2020 primary.
"If you agree with me, go to Joe3-0-3-3-0 and help me in this fight, thank you very much," Biden said during his closing statement.
"When [Andrew] becomes a man on a mission, he gets very animated and passionate about it, and there's really no stopping him," Evelyn says of her candidate husband.
The moment former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper invoked the word radical, Sanders threw his hands up in disbelief.
The 2020 election will be the first time many college students can vote and Warren's plan for higher education could be a winning point with them.
President Donald Trump's former White House chief strategist claimed the infamous "go back" tweet is not racist.
Democratic presidential contender Tim Ryan stood out as the only candidate who didn't put his hand on his heart during a performance of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
"Yada yada yada" was a summary Marianne Williamson used to describe American's beliefs—and it could also describe the evening's debate.
Slavery has caused "an emotional turbulence that only reparations would heal," Williamson said.
The advertisement contrasts "Democrats' disastrous plans for America with President Trump's clear record of accomplishments," the Trump reelection campaign said.
This unusual advantage for a Democrat in Texas is owed to O'Rourke's support in the poll among independents, who break for him by wide margins over Trump.
"It's one thing to have a wonderful plan but if you can't figure out how to pay for it and if it's going to disrupt the entire country in terms of workforce, it's just not realistic."
Trump declared that his trade war was undermining Chinese economic growth, and threatened more pain for Beijing after 2020.
"Our job is to bring people together to improve life for all people, not to have a racist president who attacks people because they are African Americans," said Sanders.
Senator Cory Booker aimed to gain support among Iowans on Friday by persuading three supporters of his 2020 campaign to shave their heads in exchange for $1,000 donation to charities in Iowa.
In an interview with Newsweek's Adam Piore, former White House Cybersecurity Chief expresses his concern for the U.S. during the 2020 Presidential Election because of previous Russian cyber interference.
Obama had proposed a bipartisan statement against Russian election interference by congressional leaders, but Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, told the Obama White House that he would regard any public challenge to the Russians a partisan act.