Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., announced Wednesday that voters can expect to see a female on the ticket if he wins his party’s nomination.
Former interim Democratic National Committee chairwoman Donna Brazile, a Fox News contributor, said she thinks former Vice President Joe Biden “is a proven leader,” and has what it takes to “go the distance” in the 2020 presidential race.
Michael Cohen, former attorney for President Donald Trump, apparently reneged on his admissions for some of his alleged crimes, indicating that he only pleaded guilty to avoid dragging his wife through a prolonged legal battle.
President Trump on Wednesday touted his administration’s success in combating the opioid epidemic in the United States, while acknowledging that there is still more work to do.
Dan Caldwell, the executive director of Concerned Veterans for America, said on “Fox & Friends” that while many Americans get quality health care from the Department of Veterans Affairs system, those who served in the military and wish to join private networks should have that choice.
The nation’s largest and oldest Native American lobby is facing a major shakeup in the wake of a #MeToo scandal, with Fox News confirming that its embattled leader – who announced her resignation in February amid criticism of her handling of that case – is set to leave the organization in early May.
Counselor to President Trump Kellyanne Conway criticized House Democrats’ latest impeachment push, blasted Hillary Clinton for her recent Trump comments and weighed in on former Vice President Joe Biden’s expected announcement that he’s running.
President Trump’s sole Republican primary challenger is calling on the commander-in-chief to step down.
Amid the fallout of Robert Mueller’s investigation, Congressman Mark Green, R – TN, has called the subsequent investigations by Democrats a “massive leveraging of the legislative branch against the executive branch” which, in his opinion, constitutes a “ridiculous abuse of power.”
President Trump’s re-election campaign on Wendnesday took aim at Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders over his comments about voting rights for convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, calling them “deeply offensive.”