President Trump is reciprocating support for one of his biggest allies in the Senate. He took to Twitter Wednesday to promote Senator Rand Paul’s new book titled “The Case Against Socialism.”
On the eve of the fourth Democrat debate, Joe Biden remains mired in scandal and newly emerging front-runner Elizabeth Warren faces authenticity problems. One America’s Chanel Rion has more from Washington.
Progressives are urging 2020 hopeful Pete Buttigieg against attacking his competitors at this week’s Democrat debate. The 2020 hopeful has recently come under fire from left-wing activists for comments challenging the ideas of more liberal candidates in the race.
A week after announcing a controversial new wealth tax, Senator Bernie Sanders introduced another plan to address wealth inequality. The Sanders campaign made the announcement on Monday, saying the self-proclaimed Democrat socialist wants to address the massive pay difference between executives and workers.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is calling out her fellow presidential hopefuls for campaigning off the latest impeachment push. In a tweet Monday, Gabbard accused her colleagues of undermining the credibility of the inquiry in the eyes of the American people.
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has chosen the city of Milwaukee to host of their 2020 convention. DNC organizers recently met with lobbyists to help fund the three day, $70 million event. However, donors expressed hesitation.
The mainstream media has maintained there was no wrongdoing regarding Joe Biden’s ties to Ukraine, but some Democrat presidential candidates are saying they wouldn’t allow the action to fly in their administrations.
2020 Democrat presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren appeared flustered on the campaign trail after a reporter asked her about her ethics plan. Warren spoke with reporters at a campaign event in New Hampshire this week, where someone asked if her plan “would allow her vice president’s son to serve on the board of a foreign company.”
The birthplace of General Motors is seeing the rebirth of a strike. Some veteran employees are now reliving the 1998 strike when auto workers took to the picket lines for 54 days, which forced a company wide shut down.