NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” hilariously took on the personal boundary questions of former Vice President Joe Biden’s expected presidential campaign.
The cold opening showed multiple cringe-worthy examples of the behavior that has raised questions about Biden’s potential 2020 bid.
Democrats lost the presidency to Donald Trump in 2016, partly because the Clinton campaign couldn’t compete in the arena of digital media.
But that was then. Now, it’s a whole new world, and Democratic 2020 candidates have all made using the internet effectively one of their top priorities.
It seems like every Democrat in the country is running for president in 2020. There could be as many as 20 candidates who lose the nomination next year. But who will win?
With so many candidates running, how worried should Democrats be about a fiasco like a deadlocked nomination battle leading to a loss in November?
Many people within the Trump administration could soon be found in “Contempt of Congress” and thus find themselves subject to arrest.
House Democrats have been busy since taking control in January. They’ve already issued several subpoenas, and they’ve written a lot of letters which could soon turn into even more subpoenas if they don’t get the information they want.
Even though Joe Biden is being attacked from within his own party for excessive public displays of affection, Donald Trump still fears the popular former vice president more than any other Democrat.
White House aides have said that the president worries Biden would win his home state of Pennsylvania if the two run against each other, as well as other northern “rust belt” states that Trump won in 2016. If that happens, then Trump’s chances of winning reelection will be slightly above zero.
Attorneys for Michael Cohen have given documents to Congress which accuse Donald Trump and his team of lawyers of directing Cohen to lie to Congress about when negotiations ended for a major real estate deal in Moscow.
In a major policy speech, Senator Elizabeth Warren is calling to end the Senate filibuster. She is the first major presidential candidate to endorse ending the Senate‘s historic rule which requires 60 votes to pass legislation.
This weird and unsettling move led to the Washington Post economics expert to writing a brutal takedown of the former pizza chain mogul and his very unusual views of monetary policy.
Speaking with a great deal of anger and passion, the Morning Joe co-host pointed out how Attorney General William Barr had let down the American people by issuing a misleading “non-summary” summary of Bob Mueller’s report.
An angry and defensive Judge Andrew Napolitano (Chief Legal Analyst for Fox News) made an appearance on television this morning strongly criticizing Congressional Democrats for requesting President Donald Trump’s tax returns.
During a TV appearance when the discussion was all about whether or not Stacey Abrams would run for president in 2020, a former U.S. senator practically begged her to run for a Senate seat in Georgia instead.
Thanks to his Attorney General and a complicit media, last week Donald Trump thought he was winning. It appeared that he was getting away with falsely claiming he had been exonerated by Bob Mueller. Then he started seeking revenge against everyone, and vowed to investigate Democrats, the FBI and anyone else he could think of.
It’s no surprise that Jared Kushner is the senior White House official described in documents from the House Oversight Committee that details testimony of Tricia Newbold who identified serious lapses in the current White House security clearance process.
In 2017 Donald Trump put his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, in charge of creating a plan to bring peace to the Middle East. It didn’t seem to matter to the president that the greatest diplomats in history couldn’t accomplish this objective, and Jared had absolutely no experience in international diplomacy.