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Forty-one percent of likely Democratic voters said that former Vice President Joe Biden would make the best candidate against President Donald Trump if he runs for re-election in 2020, more than twice as much as the next preferred candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders at 20... [Read More]
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Bernie Sanders and John Conyers are proposing massive changes, for a huge number of people, in a very short space of time. There's a better, less risky way. [Read More]
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Symone Sanders, former national press secretary for Bernie Sanders' 2016 presidential campaign, said Monday on CNN that she believes Democratic Sen. Al Franken has "integrity." WATCH: Franken was accused of sexual misconduct by a second woman on Monday after news anchor Leeann Tweeden said he forcibly kissed her and groped her in 2006. Lindsay Menz... [Read More]
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Matt Rourke/AP Both on the left and the right, prominent donors and strategists are building new organizations to promote female candidates in the lead-up to the 2018 midterm elections. On the left, a new initiative led by Sen. Bernie Sanders' former deputies and surrogates will focus on electing working class women and women of color. And on the right, the GOP is eyeing an opportunity to promote conservative women, who are seen by voters as the ultimate political outsiders. In the wake of Hillary Clinton's unexpected 2016 loss, political operatives and... [Read More]
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On CNN's State of the Union Sunday, failed presidential candidate Bernie Sanders couldn't be bothered with past Democratic sleaziness, particularly when there was an opportunity to engage in hollow talking points. Host Jake Tapper asked Sanders a surely-uncomfortable question about Bill Clinton's history of sexual misconduct:... [Read More]
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Sen. Bernard Sanders wouldn't say Sunday whether former President Bill Clinton should have resigned in the wake of his affair with then-White House intern Monica Lewinsky. [Read More]
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Senator Bernie Sanders appeared on CNN this morning to talk about the Republican tax plan, but Jake Tapper also asked him about colleague Al Franken. [Read More]
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The senator from Vermont wouldn't give a definitive answer when he was asked if Al Franken should resign amid sexual misconduct allegations. [Read More]
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'And you know who has to pick up the bill for those 25-year-olds? You are, I am and everybody else in America who is now paying for health insurance'... [Read More]
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is pushing back on President Trump's claim that Democrats have been obstructionists on tax reform, saying on Sunday that Democrats have been shut out of the process. ... [Read More]
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Despite several horrifying current examples of nations in the grip of socialism, many of America's millennials are happily skipping down the socialist Yellow Brick Road toward an Oz that could never be. It isn't just Bernie Sanders' young legions of admirers. A recent survey showed that a whopping 44 percent ... [Read More]
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Debbie Dingell and Bernie Sanders won't say whether the former president should have resigned over assault allegations... [Read More]
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Sen. Bernard Sanders, who squared off with the Clintons in the 2016 Democratic presidential primary, wouldn't say Sunday whether former President Bill Clinton should have resigned in the wake of his affair with then-White House intern Monica Lewinsky. The idea that Mr. Clinton should have stepped down was first raised ... [Read More]
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CNN A Los Angeles TV and radio host accused Sen. Al Franken of sexual misconduct this week. On Sunday, Sen. Bernie Sanders wouldn't say whether the Minnesota Democrat should resign. Sen. Bernie Sanders dodged a question about whether Sen. Al Franken should resign after a Los Angeles TV and radio host accused the Minnesota Democrat of sexual misconduct this week. "I think that's a decision for Al Franken and the people of the state of Minnesota," Sanders said when asked on CNN's "State of the Union" whether Franken should step down. "My... [Read More]
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Matt Rourke/AP Both on the left and the right, prominent donors and strategists are building new organizations to promote female candidates in the lead-up to the 2018 midterm elections. On the left, a new initiative led by Sen. Bernie Sanders' former deputies and surrogates will focus on electing working class women and women of color. And on the right, the GOP is eyeing an opportunity to promote conservative women, who are seen by voters as the ultimate political outsiders. In the wake of Hillary Clinton's unexpected 2016 loss, political operatives and... [Read More]
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"My understanding is that Al is a very popular senator. People in Minnesota think that he is doing a good job and his political future will.... [Read More]
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'Democrats have been completely shut out of this process just as they were shut out of the healthcare legislation process.'... [Read More]
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) did not give a direct response Sunday when asked whether Sen. Al Franken (D., Minn.) should step down following an accusation of sexual misconduct, although he suggested he wouldn't resign since "Al is a very popular senator." [Read More]
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