Donald Trump is "a racist, a sexist, a homophobe, a xenophobe, a religious bigot, among other things and...a pathological liar," Bernie Sanders said.
Sanders in 2016 said the Working Families Party was "the closest thing" to "my vision of democratic socialism."
The Democratic presidential candidate said that he trusts "the American people to make that decision for themselves."
"Let me tell you something, for a socialist you got a lot more confidence in corporate America than I do," Biden said directly to Sanders.
Biden and Warren will square off for the first time since 2005, when they clashed in a Senate hearing room.
The Vermont senator is now estimated to be worth as much as $2.5 million.
What many Americans may not realize is the indisputable link between today's most critical issues and what's happening in our broken youth justice system.
The former vice president isn't the only Democratic candidate to have a solid lead over President Donald Trump.
Netanyahu made his pledge on Tuesday in a bid to win over right-wing voters ahead of next week's election, which is expected to be close.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren continues surging toward the top of the Democratic presidential contenders but former Vice President Joe Biden still holds onto an increasingly narrow polling lead.
Here's a handy summary of what we know so far about each candidate's plan.
Republicans are also far more likely than Democrats to think Epstein was killed.
All of the Democratic Party's top 2020 contenders would defeat President Donald Trump in the general election, according to a new poll.
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."
Warren and Sanders are top contenders for the Democratic nomination and are neck and neck for support from college-aged voters.
Many American Jewish groups and lawmakers have called out the president's comment as anti-Semitic.
"Senator Harris was hearing from lots of voters real concerns, specifically about proactively abolishing private insurance, the four year transition, middle class tax hikes, and so she came up with her own plan to adjust for those that, frankly, is better than his."
"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.
"Too many people have fought over the years, too many people have died against racism to let it resurface and flourish in America," Sanders said at a young leaders conference.
While former Vice President Joe Biden may be reigning in the polls, the Democratic electorate is far from tethered to their first choice.
A new Fox News poll showed Trump losing to Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in head-to-head matchups.
Tens of thousands of Americans explained how a Bernie Sanders presidency in 2020 will change their lives.
Bernie Sanders said the president believes climate change is a hoax before calling him the name. The reactions on his feed went both ways — along party lines, of course.
"You can argue the plusses and minuses of marijuana, but marijuana ain't heroin, Sanders told Joe Rogan in a recent interview laying out his plan to legalize cannabis.
While Sanders said he didn't currently have any information on aliens or UFOs, he told Rogan he'll "announce it on the show. How's that?"
Rev. Robert E. Fowler Sr of Victory Missionary Baptist Church has lumped homosexuality in with adultery and child molestation.
The Democratic debates last week sounded like a fundraising telethon to support government handouts.
Winning debates is all about framing the issues. My rhetoric students know this, and it's vital the Democrats learn it too.
"I'm angry because millions are living paycheck to paycheck. I'm angry because 34 million Americans are uninsured," the 2020 presidential hopeful said.