Employees claimed that Current Affairs founder Nathan J. Robinson "believes that the magazine and media venture we have collectively created is purely his."
Bequette's campaign site touts him as "a true conservative who will advance the Trump conservative agenda."
"Those are his words," CNN host Dana Bash said. "This really stood out."
Representative Jamaal Bowman, a New York Democrat and member of the Squad, on his first three months in office and why he doesn't mind being called a socialist.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee said there's "no place left for a pro-life, pro-gun, Christian" like himself in the Democrat Party, noting that he voted for Donald Trump twice.
Sanders released a video of Republicans expressing fears the "socialist" will soon chair the Senate Budget Committee.
Arce was Bolivia's Minister of Economy and Public Finance during Evo Morales' nearly 14-year presidency.
Trump 2020 campaign senior adviser Jason Miller said Joe Biden's pick for a vice presidential running mate is incredibly important because it's essentially the presumptive Democratic nominee's "political living will."
In 2000, Buttigieg called his future primary competitor fearless for being candid about his ideology despite having "lived through a time in which an admitted socialist could not act in a film, let alone hold a congressional seat."
The Fox & Friends co-hosts used nearly an entire Sunday morning segment to bash Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, labeling him a "millionaire socialist" just one day before his Fox News Town Hall Monday evening.
Polls suggest that progressive policies such as the Green New Deal and Medicare-for-all are actually in line with what the majority of American citizens want their elected lawmakers to support.
Buttigieg, who is expected to announce his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination, attacked Donald Trump's labeling of things he does not like as socialist.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders called the Democrats' investigations into the president and his inner circle "disgraceful and abusive" and a tactic to distract from their "radical agenda."
The latest 2020 campaign polls show President Donald Trump commands overwhelming support from Republicans, but overall data shows he hasn't expanded his base, with only four-in-ten voters saying they plan on re-electing him next year.
The Clay County Republicans listed the similarities they saw between the Jewish Democratic Socialist and the infamous anti-Semitic National Socialist.
Fox News ridiculed Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign announcement Tuesday morning, warning viewers of the danger that comes with having a "legitimate socialist" entering the 2020 race.
"Is it possible Rep. Ocasio-Cortez could be wrong about the demise of the planet in 12 years?" Graham tweeted.
Although protesters have taken to the streets to demonstrate against fuel taxes, the criticism of President Emmanuel Macron is actually the opposite of what right-wing commentators have claimed.
"If I walked into Congress wearing a sack, they would laugh & take a picture of my backside. If I walk in with my best sale-rack clothes, they laugh & take a picture of my backside," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted in response to a Washington Examiner reporter's post about her clothes.
A Georgia militia group and gun range said they're preparing to attack any Democrats who attempt to take their guns after Tuesday's midterm elections.
O'Rourke complimented Cruz's dedication to his country and thanked him for sacrificing time with his family in order to stand for his beliefs and goals. Cruz took the opportunity to repeatedly compare O'Rourke to Senator Bernie Sanders and to say that he was fighting for socialism.
"Denmark, like Venezuela, has stripped people of their opportunities," Fox's Trish Regan said, before receiving some updated information from Copenhagen.
The former presidential candidate for the Green Party also said she isn't 'unshakably opposed to' a 2020 run.
North Korea is high up the list, as are Turkmenistan, Venezuela and Ethiopia. But the winner is . . .
Macron's rivals are not happy about losing their seats and influence in the French parliament.