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Did the ten Democratic candidates who took the stage Wednesday night over-perform, meet expectations, or fall below them?
"Cory Booker giving Beto O'Rourke the side eye when he starts answering questions in Spanish just won the Internet," one Twitter user quipped.
"Or Russia," an audience member said as 2020 Democratic candidate Castro shared his hopes about winning the White House and sending off the Trumps.
"Everybody in the state knows Judge Moore and everybody has an opinion on Judge Moore," Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill told Newsweek.
Robert Mueller spent 22 months investigating how Russia interfered in the 2016 election and whether it was aided by the Trump campaign. We've seen most of his conclusions, but what happens now?
O'Rourke also compared the Green New Deal to the Great Depression while campaigning at the University of Virginia.
"These candidates are so desperate for headlines they're going to the nth degree," Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade said.
Fox News continued undercutting Pete Buttigieg's Christian faith and character, with one contributor claiming he's really just an Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez "radical."
Red states have highest percentages of residents with pre-existing conditions.
"He's coming at this with values. He's putting policy on the table," political analyst Jamal Simmons said of the Indiana mayor, who is exploring a run for president.
The South Bend, Indiana, mayor told reporters he was "definitely the only left-handed, gay, Maltese American Episcopalian in the race."
"You could argue that it doesn't get more different from this president than a laid-back, intellectual, young gay mayor from the midwest."
"No Collusion, No Obstruction, Complete and Total EXONERATION," Trump tweeted. "KEEP AMERICA GREAT!"
Senator Kamala Harris was the only other candidate to rank in the double digits, trailing Buttigieg by 1 percent.
Beto O'Rourke wants everyone to know that he's not a socialist.
With no serious contenders for the Republican nomination, Trump has turned his attention to the Democratic contenders.
The senator has asked for all presidential candidates to release tax returns, while not clarifying whether she's after one particular candidate or not.
The same is true of GOP Rep. Steve King—If nothing else, resigning as congressman to save your state's Senate seat should be a no-brainer.
Trump's bullying helped him win 2016—but in 2020, it'll be a weakness.
"The good news is that presidential elections are not decided on Twitter," Bill Burton said.
Avenatti said an election between him and Trump in 2020 would be "extremely contentious" and "very close."