marianne-williamson-falls-for-hoax-saying-trump-pardoned-charles-manson

Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson deleted a tweet in which she fell for a hoax about President Donald Trump pardoning murderer Charles Manson. “There is something deeply sinister about Trump pardoning Charles Manson, even posthumously,” the spiritual guru wrote in a late-night Sunday tweet. “Dog whistles of the very worst possible kind.” Needless to say,…

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democrats-are-down-to-the-sweet-sixteen-two-months-from-iowa

With the news that Montana Governor Steve Bullock and former Pennsylvania Congressman Joe Sestak dropped out of the presidential race this week, the Democratic primary is down to its sweet sixteen two months before the Iowa caucuses on Feb. 3. Neither Bullock or Sestak were able to cultivate significant support in the race. Bullock made…

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johnson:-warren,-buttigieg-have-concerns-with-campaign-narratives

Washington Free Beacon editor in chief Eliana Johnson said Sunday that presidential hopefuls Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) and Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D., Ind.) have issues with the narratives about their campaigns. Johnson argued during an appearance on Fox News’s MediaBuzz that voters perceive Warren as not “straightforward.” “There was first her fiasco with claiming Indian…

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klobuchar:-bloomberg-winning-nomination-without-debating-‘can’t-happen’

Presidential hopeful Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D., Minn.) said Sunday that former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg winning the Democratic nomination for president “can’t happen” if he stays off the debate stage. Meet the Press host Chuck Todd asked Klobuchar about the possibility of Bloomberg winning the nomination without participating in any Democratic primary debates.…

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post-debate-polls-show-biden-maintaining-lead,-warren-in-decline,-buttigieg-surging-onward

A series of polls conducted following the fifth Democratic debate in Atlanta last week show South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg continuing his dramatic rise while Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren begins to lose her momentum. Former Vice President Joe Biden remains the crowded field’s clear frontrunner with a commanding lead. Prior to the primetime event,…

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2018-democratic-voters-poised-to-back-trump-less-than-a-year-from-election-day

New polling released earlier this month from the New York Times Upshot with Siena College depicts a troubling picture for Democrats a year out from election day. Nearly two-thirds of Trump voters who supported Democratic congressional candidates in the 2018 midterms that flipped control of House to Democrats reported they would back the president over…

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obama-privately-warned-he-would-speak-out-to-stop-sanders,-voiced-doubt-over-biden

Former President Barack Obama privately claimed he would intervene in the Democratic primary to stop Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders from clinching the nomination if it looked as if Sanders was close, according to a new Politico report. One top Obama adviser told the paper that he was unsure whether the former Democratic president would actually…

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bloomberg-news-tells-reporters-not-to-investigate-2020-democrats

Bloomberg News‘s leadership promulgated a new editorial policy forbidding staff journalists from investigating 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. According to multiple reports, Bloomberg News editor in chief John Micklethwait informed staff in a memo that the outlet would continue “our tradition” of not investigating owner Michael Bloomberg, his family, or his personal foundation. But Mickelthwait also announced…

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bloomberg-spends-more-ad-money-than-any-candidate-ever-in-preparation-for-2020-bid

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has purchased at least $31 million in television advertising as the businessman gears up to make a last-minute entrance in the 2020 presidential race. According to Advertising Analytics, a firm tracking the digital ad buys throughout the 2020 election cycle, Bloomberg has dropped the $31 million on ads…

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warren-flummoxed-by-school-choice-protesters

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) didn’t know how to handle school choice protesters during a Thursday rally and was heard asking Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D., Mass.), “What do we do with this?” Protesters interrupted Warren’s speech multiple times with chants in favor of school choice. Warren initially allowed the chanting to proceed as the rest of…

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