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.
"It's tough for Mitch McConnell to argue, 'The money will hurt you,'" Andrew Yang wrote about universal basic income.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has the highest unfavorability rating of any candidate, at 24 percent.
"I would rather him not get engaged," former Vice President Joe Biden told The New York Times.
The latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll found that 73 percent of white evangelical Christians approve of the job Trump is doing as president, while only 23 percent disapprove.
Who are the racists? Who are the patriots? Despite Democrats' desperate attempts to smear Republicans, these questions are far from settled and will play a major role in the 2020 election.
Blair Garner interviewed Buttigieg for roughly 20 minutes on Wednesday during the 2020 candidate's Nashville, Tennessee campaign stop. But now, the interview will not be aired.
California Democratic congressman Adam Schiff said President Donald Trump believes "racism is a good political strategy" to rile up Republican voters heading into 2020.
Peter Wehner said misguided evangelical leaders believe Trump will "bring a gun to a cultural knife fight" during a CNN interview.
Democrats "are enraged by Donald Trump, and it means they're gonna show up," said Cruz about the upcoming election.
"I said to Joy Behar during the break, 'Why are you doing this? I'm a liberal,'" Williamson told The Hollywood Reporter.
President Donald Trump is masterfully defining his opposition, and it's not any of the 2020 presidential candidates. Still, if he wants to ensure his re-election, he needs to take up these key initiatives too.
Bernie 2020 field organizers say they make a salary of $36,000 annually but work 60 hours per week, which is an average of $13 per hour.
"The crowd themselves started chanting this. And it wasn't the whole crowd, it was a couple of people right there in the front," Lara Trump told Fox News on Friday morning.
Former Vice President Joe Biden still leads the field, according to new poll.
Former CNN host Morgan interviewed President Trump during his U.K. state visit in June.
Warren blames the decoupling of financial firms from retail banking services as a primary factor for Wall Street recklessness.
President Trump continued his attacks on Omar during his campaign rally in North Carolina on Wednesday evening as his supporters chanted "Send her back!"
"And as far as I'm concerned, he's a coward," Kamala Harris said about Donald Trump and his racist remarks against Democratic congresswomen.
Sanders is well-liked in the Northeast, and, given the proximity of his home state of Vermont, was expected to break through among New Hampshire residents. He hasn't.
"Joe Biden is attacking Medicare for All with lies straight out of the playbook of Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell and the health insurance industry," Sanders' campaign website reads.
Nearly every single 2020 Democratic presidential candidate condemned President Trump's "go back" tweet on Sunday.