Fox News ran several segments this week warning Americans of the dangers of democratic socialism, but now the outlet is taking aim at the wife of the movement's most prolific member: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Despite his failed presidential run in 2016 and his stance on far-left initiatives regarding climate change, college tuition and health care, Sanders already appears to be a formidable 2020 candidate.
Beto O'Rourke wants everyone to know that he's not a socialist.
Sanders has longer odds than Trump in 2020. A number of Democrats also have a better shot at winning, according to oddsmakers.
Bernie Sanders's 2016 people-powered campaign was record-breaking in the millions it raised from small-dollar donations.
Fox News ridiculed Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign announcement Tuesday morning, warning viewers of the danger that comes with having a "legitimate socialist" entering the 2020 race.
Outraged responses poured in through social media after the network failed to include women or minorities in a list of potential candidates.
The 2019 Raise the Wage Act, introduced by Senator Bernie Sanders and Representative Bobby Scott, would boost wages for nearly 40 percent of all black workers in the United States.
Senator Cory Booker from New Jersey on Friday tweeted that "we can do this" in reference to the Green New Deal, while Senator Kirsten Gillibrand from New York announced last week that she would be "co-sponsoring" the resolution.
The president said he was "alarmed by new calls to adopt socialism in our country."
"How can a president of the United States give a State of the Union speech and not mention climate change?" asked Senator Bernie Sanders.
A recent CNN poll showed that 45 percent of Americans had never heard of Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams.
A top aide to Nancy Pelosi cites "stakeholder" objections and "implementation challenges" to argue against single-payer plans such as "Medicare for All" to health insurance giant Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Companies largely spent their savings on stock buybacks, benefiting shareholders instead of boosting wages.
Charles Blow and Steve Cortes went head-to-head on CNN Monday.
"Today, we say to Donald Trump: We are not going back to more bigotry, discrimination and division," the Vermont senator said.
"The way our economies are organized means wealth is increasingly and unfairly concentrated among a privileged few while millions of people are barely subsisting," said Oxfam's director of campaigns and policy, Matthew Spencer.
"You are the nominee to be head of the Environmental Protection Agency. You just, in your opening statement, did not mention the words 'climate change,'" said Sanders.
"To the women on my 2016 campaign who were harassed or mistreated, thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for speaking out. I apologize," Sanders tweeted.
Independent Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont delivered his own remarks live on various social media platforms following Trump's Oval Office address, in addition to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appearing on MSNBC.
"If I Run We Will Do Better Next Time," the Vermont senator said.
"Was it too male? Yes. Was it too white? Yes."
"Working families today face a lot tougher path than my family did," the Democratic senator said in a new video. "And families of color face a path that is steeper and rockier."