Michael Bloomberg is against the Green New Deal. He’s been both for and against raising the minimum wage. He’s defended Bain Capital. He’s against teachers’ unions. He’s (now famously) defended stop and frisk. And he’s called himself “more [conservative] than other conservatives”.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is in New York City Thursday night mingling with Wall Street Democratic fundraisers who he hopes will give him enough cash to fuel his sputtering campaign and help him clinch the party’s 2020 presidential nomination. The back-to-back fundraisers are expected to gin up a solid $1 million in campaign cash.
Many New Hampshire voters are mulling Tuesday which Democratic presidential hopeful can beat President Donald Trump.
Andrew Yang is out of the race. The Silicon Valley entrepreneur, who’d run for president on a platform of giving every American a $1,000-per-month, no-strings-attached benefit payment, withdrew from the Democratic presidential primary before official New Hampshire results were even announced.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – The three top finishers in the Democratic primary here Tuesday had every right to give their victory speeches, and they did, but in New York City and across the vast and not-yet-fully-visible national machine that is Mike Bloomberg’s well-funded campaign, the mood was one of quiet satisfaction even though their man was not on the ballot.
The overwhelming majority of voters want to move on from impeachment and view the Democrats’ failed attempt to remove President Donald J. Trump from office as a boon to his 2020 campaign, according to a Rasmussen Report. Sixty-two percent of likely voters believe “Democrats in Congress should now focus on other issues” while 32 percent believe […]
Sen. Joe Manchin left open the possibility of voting for President Trump if surging 2020 Democratic candidates don’t shift their rhetoric to the political center.
Democrats have not convinced the public that they are able to beat President Trump in 2020.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is favored to win the New Hampshire Democratic primary Tuesday, but markets give him low odds of winning the White House and are betting on a victory by President Donald Trump.