Nearly two-thirds of Democrats and liberal U.S. voters say it's OK for 2020 presidential candidates to appear on the Fox News Channel despite several hopefuls and the DNC outright rebuffing the cable news network.
Former Vice President Joe Biden surged ahead as the top pick for the Democratic party nomination with a 19-point lead over Sanders, the next-closest candidate.
"Walmart workers are sick and tired of being paid poverty wages, while the Walton family is worth over $170 billion," Sanders said in a tweet on Tuesday. "I'm honored to have been invited by Walmart workers to demand they have a seat on the company's board."
A Gallup survey of a 1,024 adults found that 43 percent of Americans believe some sort of socialism would be good for the country, compared with 51 percent who said it would be bad.
"The bottom line: Republicans sold the tax scam as a way to create jobs and help workers. They lied," Bernie Sanders tweeted
Bernie Sanders said he and the other Democratic candidates for president have a "moral responsibility" to fight for Americans' health care and preserve the Earth from the negative effects of climate change.
Christianity, Judaism and Islam have all condemned usury, the practice of lending with excessive interest.
"No one is having a better time at politics than Donald Trump and AOC," Frank Luntz said.
Ocasio-Cortez and Sanders took the stage at Howard University to discuss the urgency of climate change action.
Ocasio-Cortez and Sanders agreed that Joe Biden's reported "middle ground" climate change plan is not acceptable.
The former secretary of defense, 75, said, "I think having a president who is somebody our age or older—in the case of Senator Sanders—I think it's problematic."
"High interest rates exploit the weak. Credit card debt destroys people –– not just chronically irresponsible people, but good people, decent people. Probably some people you know. Maybe a lot of people you know. What the banks are doing is disgusting and it's wrong," Carlson said.
The 2020 field is crowded with Democratic candidates, and the freshman from New York could help tip the scales.
The latest Hill-HarrisX poll, released this week, shows Biden far ahead in the crowded Democratic primary race, with 46 percent of the vote.
"We're talking about economic brutality. We're talking about some of the most powerful people in the world...they see a real profit center in going after desperate people."
"You don't see a lot of multiple offenders" of the Hatch Act, a watchdog spokesman said referring to Conway.
"The Democrat Party is definitely going down the path toward socialism," Ronna McDaniel warned.
A Republican strategist told Fox News that Joe Biden's poll numbers are "as good as it's ever going to get" and that Bernie Sanders' recent slide in the polls is due to every 2020 Democratic candidate "cannibalizing" his campaign platform.
"The reality is President Trump's economy is growing 50 percent faster," Peter Morici said. "During Obama's time, inequality increased. Now inequality is decreasing."
Bernie Sanders rebuked Joe Biden's claim of having the "most progressive" record of any candidate in the 2020 Democratic field, citing his Iraq war and pro-Wall Street voting record.
"I think it's cool that [Pete Buttigieg] is into Phish, I like Phish. But Bernie's from Vermont, so come on. If there's a true Phish candidate, it's Bernie," said Koenig.
A lobbying alliance is spending tens of millions of dollars to prevent Medicare for All legislation and maintain the private health insurance status quo.
Robert Francis Pratersch faces 15 years in jail after threatening to kill the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate.
McCarthy claimed that health care and college tuition reform risk collapsing the U.S. economy.
"What would be truly heroic is if Disney used its profits from Avengers to pay all of its workers a middle class wage," Sanders tweeted.
"Wow," Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway's husband George Conway said in regards to the poll.
"The dark miracle of this administration is that it's taken immigration—a subject on which basically there's a consensus on the part of people about what to do—and turned it into a wedge," he said.
"If that's considered weak, then we'll take that in 2020," Robert Wolf said.
"I have a lot less faith in the system; you really don't understand how swampy it is until you get here," Parscale said.