All of the Democratic Party's top 2020 contenders would defeat President Donald Trump in the general election, according to a new poll.
President Donald Trump complained that his rally crowd sizes are never reported and accused the media of inflating the numbers of those at Senator Elizabeth Warren's events.
By comparison, Joe Biden has run around 2,300 sponsored posts referencing Trump, according to Newsweek's analysis of Facebook's political ad archive.
Jerri Ann Henry, the first female executive director of the organization, resigned after the LGBT Republican group endorsed Donald Trump.
The hypothetical outcomes are promising for the presidential hopefuls, a symbol that former Vice President Joe Biden is not the only candidate who could win over the general electorate to defeat Trump.
"Liberal voters are starting to cast about for a candidate they can identify with," wrote Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. "Moderate voters, who have been paying less attention, seem to be expressing doubts about Biden."
Yang's plan is similar to the Green New Deal, and it's the latest ambitious policy proposal from a 2020 hopeful to address climate change and to court Democratic primary voters.
"We've got a guy in the White House who is completely unfit to be president," Walsh said
"My two political heroes were MLK and Bobby Kennedy. My senior semester, they were both shot and killed."
The plan seems to have gone too far for even the most progressive candidates while Beto O'Rourke, who is struggling to distinguish himself, has little to lose.
Of the candidates who have dropped out, Inslee had the most distinctive platform and appears to have influenced policy discussions the most.
Tom Steyer has bought Google ads that populate
"I'm inspired by the people I've met across the country. I'm not going to carry the ball but we're going to make sure somebody is," Inslee said.
The mayor was trying to extol the virtues of organized labor, though the defective connection overshadowed his appearance.
Among registered women voters, 62 percent in the survey opted for the Democratic candidate while just 30 percent selected Trump.
The spoof of "West Side Story" sees Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib confront the president in the White House.
The latest poll, which surveyed 17,000 registered Democratic voters over the last week, found O'Rourke's chances at the presidency stagnant and weak.
"My aim is to win the New Hampshire primary and if that happens, I think all bets are off," said former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld.
The Delaware senator told two Obama aides during the 2008 election that he was too old to make another run for the White House.
"I'm sorry for harm that I have caused," were some of the 2020 hopeful's first words after taking the stage at the Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum.
Conservatives must remember the so-called hidden Trump voters of 2016. We can't let this be our turn to be surprised.
"There's something going on at Fox, I'll tell you right now. And I'm not happy with it," Trump told reporters on Sunday.
While former Vice President Joe Biden may be reigning in the polls, the Democratic electorate is far from tethered to their first choice.
After a federal judge ruled to ban the the state's current election system, its proposed $107 million overhaul has come under fire, too.
A new Fox News poll showed Trump losing to Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in head-to-head matchups.
Tariffs could leave Florida, Michigan and Ohio hanging in the balance.
More betters are putting their money behind Senator Elizabeth Warren to triumph over former Vice President Joe Biden in the Democratic race.
President Donald Trump body-shamed the protester, telling him to "go home" and "start exercising."
President Donald Trump doubts the veracity of economic data, according to a report, because he thinks economists are trying to stop his reelection in 2020.