Panic is beginning to set in with establishment Democrats over the state of the 2020 presidential primary, as they worry none of the candidates currently running will be able to defeat President Trump next year.
Watch some of the most important highlights from the first week of formal impeachment inquiry hearings.
Coming off the Veteran’s Day holiday, both the House and Senate are back in session this week while candidates across the country have packed schedules full of speaking engagements.
With his frontrunner status in question, former Vice President Joe Biden is ratcheting up his attacks on Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Catch up on this story and other primary developments in this week’s 2020 recap.
Full of fuzzy math and big assumptions, pundits across the political spectrum were incredulous after presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren released her plan to pay for Medicare for All.
Last Friday, 13 Democratic presidential candidates attended the Liberty and Justice Celebration dinner, the biggest gathering of Iowa Democrats before next year’s caucuses. Catch up on what the candidates have been doing and saying with our latest 2020 primary recap.
Behind closed-doors, impeachment investigations will continue this week even as the House breaks for recess. The Senate will continue to confirm Trump nominees and President Trump’s schedule will keep him busy as he attends three Keep America Great rallies.
While the House vote to approve an impeachment inquiry dominated much of the political coverage this week, commentators also spent a significant amount of time discussing Joe Biden’s struggling presidential campaign.
It’s been an eventful week on the campaign trail for the 2020 Democrats; Biden is facing criticism after opening the door to super PAC support, Warren is trying to formulate a funding proposal for her Medicare for All plan, and Harris flip-flopped on attending a criminal justice forum.
This week, Vice President Mike Pence touted the USMCA in Pennsylvania, House Republicans tried to force their way into a closed-door impeachment hearing, and Democratic primary voters expressed their skepticism of progressive candidates like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. Catch up on what got the newsrooms buzzing with our latest week in review video.
Democrats are supporting an impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Their thoughts on the subject have changed since 1998.
At Tuesday’s third primary debate, the 2020 Dems spent plenty of time discussing impeaching President Trump but they also had the knives out for Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Catch up on the debate fallout and other buzz worthy newsroom coverage with this week’s review video.