Montana Governor Steve Bullock was one of the unlucky four who missed out on the first set of Democratic 2020 debates scheduled for later this month.
Out of the 24 Democratic campaigns currently underway, 20 candidates managed to surpass at least one of the thresholds.
"Some of them… I don't even know what their raison d'être is for running," Bill Maher said of 2020 Democratic candidates.
The Pew Research Center found that a majority of Americans see fake news as a bigger problem than violent crime, climate change, racism, illegal immigration and terrorism.
"The president's condition has been visibly deteriorating to the point where there's a lot of talk right now about his mental state beyond mental health professionals," Dr. Bandy Lee, a Yale School of Medicine psychiatrist, said.
Tens of thousands of people are expected to hit the streets of London on Tuesday to show the world how they feel about President Donald Trump, including Americans living abroad.
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“Mueller, I’d imagine, at the behest of the left gives them what they need to jumpstart the calls for impeachment,” Jeanine Pirro said. “You either indict or you don’t… every prosecutor knows if you don’t indict someone, you stop there."
“We will build an ironclad case to act,” Pelosi said, holding off calls for impeachment.
“LGBTQ people deserve to live, work, raise families, and succeed just like anyone else ,” Gillibrand wrote.
“Take the word impeachment away. It’s a losing word,” he said. “It’s a 30-year-old word that does not help us.”
“Democrats have limited tools but they key is a willingness to use what they’ve got,” Michael Waldman, president of the Brennan Center for Justice, told Newsweek.
Not only did those who already support impeachment proceedings view Mueller’s statement as a call to action, more Democrats piled on, saying it was now time to initiate the significant measure of an impeachment inquiry.
Last month, Senate Democrats issued a press release accusing McConnell of turning the Senate into a “legislative graveyard.” Democrats have passed more than 100 pieces of legislation ranging from gun control to health care reform since gaining the House in January.
Many Democrats remain steadfast that relying solely on the court system to combat the White House's stonewalling would prove too arduous and time-consuming.
“For some reason—maybe it was a lack of confidence on his part—he just took a pass," the House speaker said after Trump walked out of a meeting to finalize an infrastructure deal.
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.
Even as House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler seemed to move toward impeachment, Pelosi and other party leaders remain against it.
“When are these legislators going to give a shit about the baby once it’s born?” 2020 Democrat Tim Ryan said at a rally in Washington.
Carson compared his HUD plan to flight attendants telling passengers to put on their oxygen masks before helping others.
The Democratic congressman reportedly stood up and demanded that the president face impeachment proceedings.
For Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee, the White House’s latest effort to stonewall their oversight power was the straw that broke the camel’s back, with several members calling for impeachment proceedings to begin immediately.
Representative Pramila Jayapal issued a warning Friday to any Democratic colleagues who were not pro-abortion rights, saying they could see money and support disappear.
“I would proceed with throwing their rear ends in jail,” Democratic Representative Bill Pascrell told Newsweek. “Why simply toss it laterally to the courts?"
"Both have conducted two train-wreck campaigns, and both seem to have lived a politically cursed public life," Lewandowski claims of Biden and Clinton.
The House Judiciary chairman said his committee would not cease its pursuit to obtain documents and testimony from dozens of government officials, the White House and business entities associated with President Donald Trump.
There are some things Republicans and Democrats can agree on, though.
The speaker pushed back on the White House’s assertion that Congress lacked “legislative purpose” in its investigations, saying the Constitution grants them authority to conduct oversight.
"I think this sort of behavior definitely raises the specter of us being forced to proceed with an impeachment proceeding for the obstruction of Congress’ investigative responsibilities," said a Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee.