Democrat Jaime Harrison has raised a record-breaking $1.3 million over the last three months for his fight against Graham for the Senate seat next year.
Senator Harris is a compelling personality, a California left-winger, a woman, a person of color, and young. That's what the media and Democratic primary voters are looking for.
The stakes in 2020 are greater than in any election in living memory. Now is not the time for the kind of free-for-all we saw at the Democratic debates.
A senior official complained that anti-Russian sentiment was based on "completely artificially made up, manufactured and fabricated facts."
According to a new Huffpost/YouGov poll, the former vice president's electability decreased 13 percent in just over a month.
Both the male and female Democratic candidates showed last week that they agree on one key fact about the race for the presidency: Winning over women is essential.
"I don't care. F*** you, Mr. President. Here I am, living my life."
Senator Lindsey Graham acknowledged former Vice President Joe Biden's longtime political clout, but he reiterated that California Senator Kamala Harris is "a force to be reckoned with."
"It makes you wonder. What are we hiding?" Democratic candidate Julian Castro said.
Sanders, who announced her resignation earlier this month, has been replaced by Stephanie Grisham, a former spokeswoman for first lady Melania Trump.
"By the way, with all due respect I say to Chicago and everyone: My president gets much too little credit for all that he did," Biden said of Obama.
"And Eric Swalwell take a seat, you're an asterisk on the end, Ok?" Meghan McCain concluded on 'The View' Friday.
From free college to reparations, the math just doesn't add up, and if Democrats continue down this path, they're likely headed for defeat in 2020.
"It's everywhere and it has all the signs of being a coordinated/artificial operation," wrote behavioral scientist Caroline Orr, who first highlighted the surge of duplicate messages about Harris.
Kamala Harris has seen her odds of gaining the Democratic nomination shorten while Joe Biden and Beto O'Rourke have taken a hit.
During Thursday's debate, Kamala Harris was one of two candidates to raise their hand when asked if they supported eliminating private insurance.
President Donald Trump sat down for a meeting with Russia's President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan.
"Marianne Williamson is doing an incredible job for someone who is obviously digesting an edible on television," Pablo S. Torre tweeted.
Harris saw a 500 percent increase in searches in the second half of Thursday's debate.
Some needed to prove themselves while others just needed to maintain their lead. Here's how every candidate ranked on night two of the first Democratic debates.
"America does not want to witness a food fight. They want to know how we're going to put food on the table," Kamala Harris said.
"I did not oppose busing in America. What I opposed was busing ordered by the Department of Education," Biden said.
"That's the end of that race!" the president tweeted confidently.
"Marianne Williamson is the only candidate bold enough to propose a witchcraft based health care system," one user tweeted.
"My time's up, I'm sorry," Joe Biden said after being fiercely attacked by Kamala Harris on his history on race.
"I was 6 years old when a presidential candidate came to the California Democratic convention and said it is time to pass the torch to a new generation of Americans," Eric Swalwell said of Joe Biden.
"Sartorial update: once we pass universal basic income, Andrew Yang can purchase a tie," Preet Bharara tweeted.
"The last poll I saw had us 10 points ahead of Donald Trump," Bernie Sanders replied after his socialists policies were attacked by his 2020 Democratic rivals.
"How long before you're banned from speaking [English]" Tucker Carlson asked on his Fox News show Thursday. "Better to learn Espanol if you want to talk to your grandkids"