With the Iowa caucuses just three months away, 2020 Democrat presidential hopefuls are visiting the state to rally support among likely voters. During a campaign stop in Iowa over the weekend, candidate Cory Booker appeared skeptical about early polling. He claimed “polls don’t matter,” and said he is optimistic of his chances of becoming the Democrat nominee.
Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is vindicated after being misquoted in a since-retracted report regarding his comments on former President Barack Obama. L.A. Times journalist Evan Halper issued a correction on Twitter Monday pertaining to his story titled “Pete Buttigieg outlasts pundits by emerging as the alternative to Biden.”
A new poll has discovered former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is lacking voter support ahead of his possible 2020 presidential bid. According to a survey by Morning Consult Sunday, only four percent of Democrat voters would support Bloomberg if he runs for president next year.
According to a new report, ousted Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch may have lied under oath to Congress during her impeachment deposition. Uncovered emails by Fox News show Yovanovitch was directly contacted by a Democrat congressional staffer on the Foreign Affairs Committee two days after the whistleblower complaint was filed.
According to ranking member of the House Oversight Committee Jim Jordan, Republicans intend to subpoena the whistleblower to testify publicly in the impeachment inquiry.
According to 2020 hopeful Kamala Harris, there are two reasons why she is failing to gain traction in the polls: racism and sexism.
Amid criticism over his gun policies, 2020 hopeful Beto O’Rourke announces a reversal of his mandatory AK-47 style gun buyback plan. One America’s Christina Howitson has more.