Kassy Dillon said that "results are more important than rhetoric" and that Trump's achievements to date mean he will keep her vote in 2020.
Eleven candidates have already met the requirements to participate in the fourth Democratic primary debate.
Gillibrand dropping out of race creates a moment of reflection for Democrats polling at less than 2%
The Democratic National Committee voted Saturday to reject single-issue presidential candidate debates over topics including climate change.
She said people on "the left" are trying to keep her away from the third Democratic debate next month
Tom Steyer said the removal of corporations from controlling the U.S. government and reversing the effects of climate change are the two most urgent pieces of his 2020 platform.
The moment former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper invoked the word radical, Sanders threw his hands up in disbelief.
Democratic presidential contender Tim Ryan stood out as the only candidate who didn't put his hand on his heart during a performance of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
A 70 percent majority of Republicans say fact-checking efforts are biased in favor of just one side of political and social issues, compared to just 29 percent of Democrats who say the same.
The Vatican said in a statement Thursday that the duo would meet up May 24.
EU members meet this week to plan for different realities based on 'what the British interest is.'
The presidential candidates will speak directly to uncommitted voters at their second debate, on Sunday night in St. Louis.
Essential "Newsweek" articles about Tim Kaine and Mike Pence, ahead of their only debate.
Clinton used Trump's swipes to address his derogatory comments toward women.
Newsweek obtained a deposition that shows Donald Trump committed perjury. Or lied.
A new survey finds little support for Hillary Clinton in the presidential race.
You've probably noticed an appalling lack of questions about climate change.
The forum is the only debate sanctioned by the Republican National Committee to be aired by a Spanish-language network.
From foreign policy and taxes, to the Second Amendment and healthcare, the candidates didn't leave out many topics as a way to criticize Obama.
In contrast, his first spot, released last week, focused on the threat of terrorism and controversial plans of his.
The Kentucky senator is boycotting the undercard GOP debate after he was demoted from the prime-time stage.
Trump said he influenced the network's decision to cut the New Hampshire paper from the debate.
The highest-polling GOP presidential candidates lined up across the prime-time stage Tuesday night.