Part of the problem Biden may have in lining up labor support is his own coziness with union-busting corporations.
Detractors constantly question Elizabeth Warren's ability to achieve her goals, but the increasingly terrified billionaire class clearly believes in her.
Warren has called for the breakup of Big Tech like Facebook; founder Mark Zuckerberg has vowed to "go to the mat" and fight if she's elected.
Warren "vilifies successful people," says Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase. Rubbish. Being a billionaire has nothing to do a with being successful in free market capitalism.Rubbish.
Recent history shows that a large amount of money on hand doesn't necessarily guarantee a campaign's success. At the same time, nobody as rich as Michael Bloomberg has ever run for president.
"Ruñningo for presidente por que yo necesito to protecto los rightos del billionairos. No wealtho taxos. Todos el dinero estan mine," the satirical account tweeted on Friday.
The Morning Consult poll also found that the billionaire former New York City mayor would beat Trump by 6 percent.
"One billionaire calls another billionaire and asks him to run for president—I'm shocked!" Warren tweeted.
The former New York mayor is reportedly concerned that none of the current Democrat contenders can beat President Donald Trump in 2020.
Elizabeth Warren welcomed Michael Bloomberg to the 2020 Democratic race for President by inviting him to see how much he would owe under her wealth tax proposal.
Among more than 3,000 registered voters, Warren seems to be the top choice in four states that experts call the "Democratic Blue Wall," a historically blue area of the Upper Midwest that turned red in 2016.
The criticism came after the Microsoft founder said he would have to "do a little math" related to Warren's billionaire tax proposals which he worried could leave him $100 billion out of pocket.
After Microsoft head Bill Gates refused to endorse Elizabeth Warren, saying he wasn't sure she would sit down with someone wealthy—Warren tweeted that she was willing to sit down with him—and explain just how much money he'd pay under her plan.
Andrew Feldman questioned whether the United States was ready to elect a female president on Rising with Krystal & Saagar yesterday.
In a new Ipsos poll from the beginning of November, Bernie Sanders is considered the "best" on a number of issues, but still comes second to Joe Biden overall.
"This helps Elizabeth Warren because she's trying to scoop up the progressives," Mary Anne Marsh argued.
A new poll by Emerson found the president would beat both the former VP and the Massachusetts senator in Nevada.
The poll showed Clinton would be a head of Trump in the polls if she ran in 2020, with the real Democrat candidates also polling well against the president.
"New York, New York. If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere... Trump can't," Schumer tweeted.
The Harvard CAPS/Harris poll questioned a national sample of U.S. adult voters about who they are "most likely to vote for in a Democratic primary."
"I've only had one client in my entire life, and that has been the people. Unlike other people, unlike others, I have never represented a corporation. I have never represented a special interest. I started my career fighting for the people," Harris said.
The 2020 Democratic field of presidential hopefuls once stood at more than 20, but it has been cut in half after O'Rourke dropped out. Democratic primaries and caucuses begin in just three months.
In a new clip from Showtime's 'The Circus,' the mayor of South Bend, Indiana believes the Democratic presidential race will come down to him and Elizabeth Warren.
The event will take place just over three months from the Iowa caucuses that are considered the first votes to elect the president.
Halloween was a colorful time for Washington's politicians, who indulged in a bit of dress-up just like every other ordinary Joe.
The Medicare-for-all plan proposed by Sanders and Warren does not advocate for forced sterilization, nor forced medical procedures of any kind.
In the conventional view of American politics, Joe Biden is a moderate, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are on the left, and Donald Trump is on the right. This conventional view is rubbish.
The president spoke during an event at Benedict College. Only 10 tickets were secured for students to attend.
The Senator of Massachusetts and her colleague Ron Wyden claimed Amazon knew its servers were "vulnerable" to the attack that affected Capital One earlier this year prior to the hack.