The many tributes included touching stories, references to family separation at the U.S. Southern border and other calls to political action.
The first Democratic debate of the 2020 election cycle is just weeks away with the stage set to be full of candidates hoping to take on President Donald Trump.
A recent poll also found abortion could be a make or break issue for the presidential election when it comes to college students.
“I’m sorry to interrupt, but you keep saying, we’re not helpless. So, I’m saying: what would have prevented this tragedy?” Tapper asked Booker again, after the 2020 candidate failed to address the specifics of gun control.
The former lawmaker sparked outrage with a series of baseless claims.
"It makes you wonder whether it's being driven by a domestic political strategy. If so, that's extremely upsetting," Buttigieg told Newsweek.
Ari Horowitz vowed he would "throw an intellectual hand grenade on the Democratic debate stage."
"Their actions show they are interested in filling their own pockets with money from innocent Americans’ paychecks, and sadly, retirements," the Trump 2020 campaign said.
“The good news for Mayor Pete Buttigieg is that voters seem ready to accept a gay man as president,” said the assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.
"The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" host said Biden's campaign video looked like a home loan advert.
Andrew Yang expressed curiosity on the UFO question, making him one of the first 2020 presidential candidates in the Democratic primary field to take a position on disclosure.
"The campaign, the family, the business, the transition in the administration all approached by Russians? It was eye opening."
California Sen. Kamala Harris posed with Star Wars star Mark Hamill ahead of their Tuesday night appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” hours after a CNN poll named her third in line for the Democratic Presidential nomination.
"Morning Joe" host said Beto O'Rourke should remember that Donald Trump never says sorry.
“I have the most progressive record of anybody running for the United . . . anybody who would run,” Biden said, following the statement with a sigh and the sign of the cross.
“Anti-Russian sentiment has always been used as an electoral tool in the U.S.,” Dmitry Peskov said.
“These people are such cartoonish criminals that now that SDNY is on it, they’re all going down,” Elie Mystal said.
"When I thank the people giving to my campaign, it will not be based on the size of their donation," Democratic Senator Warren said.
Despite his failed 2016 presidential campaign, Bernie Sanders is considering running against Donald Trump in 2020.