Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is taking action against attacks from Hillary Clinton by filing a $50 million defamation lawsuit against the former secretary of state. The 2020 hopeful filed the suit on Wednesday in response to Clinton’s prior accusation that Gabbard was a “Russian asset.”
In what appears to be a bid to woo union workers, Democrat presidential contenders are gearing up their campaign to take advantage of denouncing big corporate ties. One America’s Tali Letoi has more on why their plan doesn’t seem to be fool proof.
Several 2020 Democrat hopefuls have been forced off the campaign trail in order to oversee the president’s upcoming Senate impeachment trial. One America’s Salina Arredondo has the details.
2020 Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden said the Bernie Sanders campaign “flat out lied” by posting videos that questioned the former vice president’s record on Social Security. At Saturday’s town hall event in Iowa, Biden called out the Sanders campaign for posting what he believes are “doctored” videos of him supporting cuts to Social Security.
2020 Democrat hopeful Bernie Sanders recently admitted the impeachment trial is going to negatively affect his presidential campaign. While talking to reporters in Washington on Thursday, the Vermont senator said the trial may take several weeks, which he would rather spend campaigning in Iowa and New Hampshire to win the Democrat Party nomination.
The feud between 2020 hopefuls Sen. Bernie Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren worsened during Tuesday’s debate after CNN reportedly showed favoritism toward Warren throughout the event. One America’s Chloe Hauxwell has more on the media bias.
Impeachment was a hot button issue in Tuesday’s Democrat presidential debate in Iowa. One America’s Jeff Dwyer has highlights from the event.
As the nation moves closer to the 2020 presidential election, Democrat candidates are about to find out who among them is viable. One America’s Meghann Dyke breaks down how the nation’s first testing ground will set the scene for presidential hopefuls.
Two Democrat lawmakers have drawn up legislation to block the Trump administration from taking further action against Iran without approval from Congress. Democrats Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Ro Khanna introduced the measure on Friday, which would restrict funding for any military action against Iran.