Nearly every single 2020 Democratic presidential candidate condemned President Trump's "go back" tweet on Sunday.
"You can't leave fast enough," President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter, referencing progressive Democratic congresswomen.
"You won't accept a nation that sees healthcare as a right or education as a #1 priority, especially where we're the ones fighting for it," she tweeted.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recently claimed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was "explicit singling out of newly elected women of color."
Senator Kamala Harris of California also polled ahead of the president by one point, at 45 to 44 percent. But that lead falls within the poll's margin of error.
"If you want somebody who's going to talk about their cooking, their dog, their wardrobe, travel habits, or favorite books, Bernie Sanders is not your candidate."
In 2016, Trump lost to Hillary Clinton in the popular vote by 2.8 million ballots, becoming the sixth Republican candidate to lose the popular vote since 1988.
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The latest Economist-YouGov poll shows Biden narrowly holding on to the top spot with 22 percent. Warren came in second place garnering 17 percent, while Harris followed closely behind with 14 percent.
"I am proud to announce the modern-day oligarchs who oppose our movement," Bernie Sanders wrote as he released a list of anti-endorsements.
In the 1940s, Sanders explained, the U.S. was fighting in Asia and Europe and still managed to create an "armaments program to win the war within three years." The country can address this problem, he said.
"I'm proud to be working with @AOC and so many other Democrats to pass Medicare for All, debt free college and a Green New Deal," Sanders tweeted.
The U.S. healthcare system should no longer be an embarrassment around the world and should guarantee coverage for all Americans, said the senator.
"It makes you wonder. What are we hiding?" Democratic candidate Julian Castro said.
"It's everywhere and it has all the signs of being a coordinated/artificial operation," wrote behavioral scientist Caroline Orr, who first highlighted the surge of duplicate messages about Harris.
"The last poll I saw had us 10 points ahead of Donald Trump," Bernie Sanders replied after his socialists policies were attacked by his 2020 Democratic rivals.
Tonight's debate includes the majority of 2020 frontrunners along with some candidates (like Williamson and Yang) who present very alternative ideas of what the U.S. government should look like.
"When you say they're going to repeal and replace your health insurance that you get from your employer..." Outnumbered co-anchor Mellissa Francis said, "when you say that, wow!"
Thursday's debate will feature Pete Buttigieg, Biden and Sanders as well as wild cards Andrew Yang and Marianne Williamson.
"A win for me would be that millions of Americans get a sense of me and my message and check out my campaign afterwards," Yang said.
While oddsmakers have generally followed the polls, there is one notable outlier.
His support excited students, but there are limitations to the help he can bring without being in the Oval Office.
With so many candidates, it will be difficult to keep score in any traditional sense.
For many in Generation Z, 2020 will be the first year they're eligible to cast a ballot for president.
"But wait, what about car loans? Let's pay those off, give everybody a free car," Huckabee said sarcastically.
The plans put forth by Warren and Sanders reveal stark differences in where the wealth used to pay for these loans would come from.
The chorus marked a subtle shift in what has been a remarkably collegial race between the Democratic hopefuls, who have mostly avoided criticizing one another and focused their ire on Trump.
"You've got a president who tried to throw 32 million people off health care. He ain't gonna run on that one," said Sanders.