Bernie Sanders

Winners & losers of the N.H. primary

Results from New Hampshire are in and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) appears to have come out on top in the first-in-the-nation primary. Sanders narrowly defeated former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg in Tuesday’s race. With his place as a front-runner in the contest solidified, Sanders claimed victory and used the opportunity to take a swipe at President Trump.

Judicial Watch questions accuracy of Iowa caucus

With nearly a week’s delay and all the votes counted, it looks like Pete Buttigieg is the winner of the Iowa caucus. Although the Bernie Sanders’ campaign has filed for a partial recanvass of the results. One America’s John Hines has more from Washington.

Iowa Democrat Party Chair calls for probe into caucus

The chair of the Iowa Democrat Party is calling for an independent investigation into what went wrong with the caucus this week. On Friday, Troy Price said while 100 percent of reporting has been achieved, delays and inconsistencies have hindered the final result.

Bernie Sanders blasts money-driven politics in N.H.

Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is denouncing the influence of “big money” in American politics. On Friday, Sanders took a swipe at his political rivals Michael Bloomberg and President Trump, saying they have billions of dollars to spend on their campaigns.

Report: Iowa caucus results are still flawed

According to reports, there were still problems with the final results in the Iowa caucus, following a disastrous delay in the state’s vote count. The final results were released Thursday night, showing former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D.Vt.) neck-and-neck with 26.2 and 26.1 percent of the votes.