"This isn't a joke, this is actually what Democratic presidential candidates are running on in 2020," the Trump Make America Great Again committee wrote in an email to supporters.
President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign claims Democrats are using congressional investigations to "topple the will of the American people."
"When I thank the people giving to my campaign, it will not be based on the size of their donation," Democratic Senator Warren said.
"I immediately felt violated because I wasn't expecting it or wanting it," Alva Johnson told The Washington Post about the alleged kiss.
"I was subjected to a reign of terror by the man who hired me."
"We're only getting stronger together," the poster declares, with a striking resemblance to the 2016 Clinton campaign's main slogan.
The California senator has joined the race for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020.
"Only the strong survive," the videos declare.
"I need to know if you will stand with me as The New York Times—whose largest owner is Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim—seeks to destroy me and defeat border security," said a Steve King campaign email.
The remaining $13 million in contributions from donors who do not take action will apparently be refunded.
"Was it too male? Yes. Was it too white? Yes."
"I think nobody knows more about campaign finance than I do because I'm the biggest contributor," Trump claimed years ago, well before Michael Cohen pleaded guilty.
A new report found that the Russia influence campaign aimed to stop African-American voters and supporters of Bernie Sanders from voting.
Tim O'Brien, who wrote a 2005 biography about Donald Trump, slammed Rudy Giuliani for distracting people from the "larger halo of illegality hanging over" the president and his campaign team.
"If there's obvious evidence, the bottom's going to fall out," White House reporter Eli Stokols said.
Millions of dollars collected by congressional "leadership PACs" have been splashed out on lavish entertainment, according to a petition to the Federal Election Commission.
An Arkansas man said polling place staffers forced him to change shirts on Election Day after he showed up in a Trump Campaign 2020 staff t-shirt.
The husband of a Democratic New Mexico State House candidate was seen on video tearing down the sign of his wife's Republican opponent.