On Thursday, former President Barack Obama weighed in an interview between Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry and Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a member of the White House coronavirus task force.
The former vice president told donors that vetting of possible running mates would begin within the next few weeks.
The former president also praised medical staff and "everyone keeping our communities going" as the pandemic spreads.
"The Obama administration tested 1 million people for H1N1 in the first month after the first U.S. diagnosed case," Ronald Klain said.
Prominent U.S. politicians marked "Bloody Sunday," when peaceful protesters demanding equal voting rights for African Americans were violently beaten by authorities on March 7, 1965.
"That's right, feel the Bern!" Barack Obama says in the ad, in an audio excerpt from the former president's keynote speech at the 2016 Democratic Convention.
For viewers in early-voting or Super Tuesday states inundated with Obama-laden ads, the nuance around his invocation may be lost.
A new anti-Biden ad from the Committee to Protect the President Super PAC uses audio from Obama's book, 'Dreams From My Father' edited to sound as if it's about the former vice president.
Joe Biden replied by saying that while Obama praised the increase of life expectancy in Cuba, he never praised the Cuban government.
The former vice president drew ridicule from critics, who said the latest flub is evidence he is too out of touch to run for president.
The president said that bringing Americans home was the "right thing to do" and that the two situations were like "day and night."
"I wrote a great backhanded endorsement of Obama," Democratic presidential nominee Michael Bloomberg said in a leaked recording of one of his 2016 speeches at a private event. Bloomberg also declared he would "defend the banks" if he were president.
He also suggested that billionaire Michael Bloomberg "spend millions in South Carolina" to defeat the Vermont senator.
Sanders told CNN that he believed the former president would play a "vigorous" role in the 2020 campaign.
President Trump touted the robust U.S. economy at a Keep America Great rally in Colorado Springs on Thursday night.
At the Keep America Great rally in Phoenix, Arizona, President Trump also touted the economy, jobs, and new trade deals.
"Barack Obama himself said you need a magic wand to bring half a million manufacturing jobs back," said Trump's trade adviser. "And guess what? President Trump was the magic wand."
"John Bolton, in his own words, is revealing that the emperor has no clothes," said the former Obama deputy national security adviser.
The president attacked his predecessor on Twitter after the latter took credit "for more than a decade of economic growth and the longest streak of job creation in American history."
Obama made the remarks at the NBA All-Star Weekend Newsmaker Brunch on Saturday.
The Department of Justice is allegedly seeking proof that intelligence agencies during the Obama administration were purposely deceptive about information concerning Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
"You'd still rather be Bernie Sanders than anybody else," said former Obama campaign manager David Plouffe.
Sergei Lavrov accused Obama of putting personal issues before those of the state and undermining ties between Washington and Moscow.
"Frozen by 'paralysis of analysis,' hamstrung by constraints both real and perceived, Obama officials debated courses of action without truly taking one," Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), said in a statement.
The Ronald Reagan Legacy Project's goal is to get something—anything—named for Reagan in each of the more than 3,100 U.S. counties. Obama? Well, there are some schools and a shaved ice treat. Here's why.
"It's an 11-year recovery," Joe Scarborough said.
The Department of Commerce estimated Thursday that between October and December GDP growth was just 2.1 percent.
Speaking at an event in Los Angeles, Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos said he was interested in working with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.