"President Trump told a foreign leader to dig up dirt on his political opponent," Walsh wrote in the letter. "This can't be acceptable to any Member of Congress—Republican, Democrat, or Independent."
Elizabeth Warren might end up being the beneficiary of the simultaneous questions around Bernie Sanders' health issues and Joe Biden's political ones.
Rick Wilson had previously described Trump as the worst president ever, and in a Daily Beast op-ed, he pulled even fewer punches after Trump's Oval Office press conference.
The far-right conspiracy theorist has a history of peddling fake news and tried to concoct false sexual assault allegations against Robert Mueller.
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang has proposed giving all American adults $1,000 per month — "no strings attached" — in universal basic income.
State GOP officials have previously defended the decision by citing the over-one million dollar cost of holding a primary despite the near-certain prospect of Trump's renomination.
"What would really 'suck' is if we don't fix a corrupt system that lets giant companies like Facebook engage in illegal anticompetitive practices," Warren hit back.
And who can we count on to protect the integrity of our election process? Certainly not Attorney General William Barr.
Trump appears to have put his electoral stock fully in the gun-rights crowd, and at a point when the politics of gun control are shifting for the first time in decades.
"When Congress debates the Green New Deal, our representatives shouldn't have to rely on Exxon lobbyists."
The Democratic frontrunner said he didn't want the allegations around Trump to distract him from the issues.
This week Facebook removed pages with titles like "I Love America" for violating its policies against spam accounts.
The Texas senator has indicated he is not finished running for the top office in the United States.
While most of the Democratic field is united in support of an impeachment inquiry, there are differing opinions on the scope of any potential investigation.
Donors were told that if they gave money to the cause they would "be a leader in defending the President against these baseless and disgusting attacks."
Biden has dropped six points among primary voters since August, while Warren has gained eight points and Sanders' support has held steady.
Warren garnered 29 percent, while Sanders and Biden trailed behind with 21 percent and 18 percent respectively.
The 11-year-old proprietors of a lemonade stand got a surprise visitor last month: presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren. They donated the pro-choice advocate's money to a pro-life charity.
"Imagine my surprise, then, that on the third day that I was back to work after my honeymoon in 2007, Andrew Yang fired me," Kimberly Watkins wrote in an essay.
Democratic Presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke has been called "AR-15 salesman of the year" after making incendiary comments earlier this month which vowed government confiscation of the weapons under his proposed administration.
Friday night's LGBTQ presidential forum is the first one of its kind since 2007. Every frontrunner except Bernie Sanders will be in attendance.
"That's real smart strategy... Mock and make fun of everybody who believes that God is powerful," she said at MSNBC's Climate Forum 2020 on Thursday evening.
Donald Trump is "a racist, a sexist, a homophobe, a xenophobe, a religious bigot, among other things and...a pathological liar," Bernie Sanders said.
At its peak, the 2020 Democratic primary field had 26 candidates in the running for the party's nomination.
While the vast majority of Americans do back modest efforts to curtail the availability of guns or shore up gun safety, the specific proposal O'Rourke is emphasizing divides the public's support.
The survey showed former Vice President Joe Biden with the biggest lead over Trump.
Despite being underwater nationally, Trump has sustained a net-positive approving rating in Florida, at 49 percent (compared with 46 percent disapproval).
Trump's campaign kicked off its nationwide initiative to rally young voters on Monday.
"We're baffled," said the bookmaker, as Clinton's odds shortened considerably.