Billionaire Michael Bloomberg is reportedly entering the 2020 presidential race because he says President Trump is winning. That’s according to his campaign manager Kevin Sheekey, who said in a recent interview that Bloomberg views the president as a “existential crisis.”
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One of America’s largest business media outlets, Bloomberg News, is unveiling a new editorial policy ahead of next year’s elections. According to a leaked internal memo by Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait, the news agency will not run investigative reports on Democrat candidates in the 2020 electoral cycle.
President Trump has ordered the Senate to hold a full trial in the event the House impeaches him. A team of top level senators reportedly sat down with White House counsel Pat Cipollone this week to discuss a potential “dooms day” plan.
Democrat presidential candidates are weighing in after the Butttigieg campaign appeared to promote fake endorsements from prominent black leaders. One America’s Bobby Dupree explains.
Joe Biden is receiving backlash after he said the way to solve domestic violence is by “punching” it. During the Democrat debate Wednesday, Biden discussed how he would approach domestic violence if he were elected, but didn’t realize why the audience laughed when he said he would “punch at it.”
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 8:46 AM PT — Thursday, November 21, 2019 President Trump’s campaign recently shared a clip of Rep. Tulsi Gabbard slamming the Democrat…
As final debate preparations get underway at MSNBC, four candidates who will be on that stage are taking a stand against sexual assault. Sen. Cory Booker, Sen. Kamala Harris, Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren signed a letter to the Democratic National Committee (DNC) Tuesday, asking it to ensure that NBC will be held accountable for the assault allegations that have plagued the network.
With the 2020 general elections just under a year away, the country’s largest college campuses are becoming a battleground to lure in new voters. As Democrats look to reclaim the Senate and the Oval Office, they have started undertaking a slew of measures to hopefully win over voters between 18 and 29-years-old.
Democrat presidential contenders are rejecting recent criticisms of falling too far left. This comes after former President Barack Obama warned the White House hopefuls not to alienate voters by becoming too radical. He pointed out they don’t have to completely tear the system down in order to remake it.