Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was accused of "egomania" and accepting Russian assistance Saturday, after he remarked that neither the Democratic Party nor the Republican Party can stop his 2020 presidential campaign.
"I'm very confident that we will be able to carry out a successful caucus," Tom Perez insisted.
Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard believes Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez should resign after the muddled results from the Iowa caucuses. "Unfortunately, [Perez] has had a failure of leadership," Gabbard told Fox News host Sean Hannity on Monday.
Dave Nagle pinned blame for the chaotic caucus on the DNC chairman and said Iowa Democrats were "bushwhacked by a bad system."
Perez rebuffed critics calling for his resignation in the wake of the Iowa caucus debacle, and hinted that the Midwest state may lose its privilege to host the country's first presidential caucus.
"They shouldn't change the rules to let a billionaire on," said Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang told a crowd at a political event that the Democratic National Committee should have allowed Fox News to host one of the Democratic debates. "To me, if you're the DNC, you jump at that," Yang said.
The irony is that married women with children could be the primary drivers for either party.
McConnell told Democrats to choose between DACA or CHIP.
Bernie Sanders and Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez will hold rallies in seven states in six days.