Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is one step closer to launching an official White House bid. On Thursday, Bloomberg filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to run for president as a Democrat candidate.
Senator Elizabeth Warren said she is not opposed to spending taxpayer money to take down sections of the border wall if she were elected. During Wednesday’s Democrat presidential primary debate, Warren was asked if she would consider using money from taxpayers to break down the border wall — to which the senator replied, “of course.”
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…
Ahead of Wednesday’s primary debate on MSNBC, Democrat presidential candidates are taking steps to ensure the network is held accountable for sexual assault allegations against its employees. One America’s Chloe Salsameda has the details.
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.
Many new candidates are making a name for themselves as numerous House members announce their retirement. One of those is congressman Pete Olson, who represents the 22nd District of Texas. One America’s Stephanie Myer’s spoke with Keli Chevalier, a congressional candidate who is hoping to fill that seat, to find out why she’s the best choice.
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.
Senator Elizabeth Warren’s plan to fund ‘Medicare for All’ is looking to hit big businesses with contribution fees and keep smaller companies from expanding.