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Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders met Wednesday night as speculation about their plans for the 2020 presidential election heats up, a source familiar with the meeting said.
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Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) met Wednesday night amid speculation that each will run for president, but reportedly did not seek to coordinate their ambitions.While both senators are a...
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Senator Elizabeth Warren and Senator Bernie Sanders met Wednesday night to discuss what has become obvious: They both are considering a presidential run in 2020.
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Fuelled by outrage over Saudi Arabia’s murder of journalist and Virginia resident Jamal Khashoggi, Congress on Thursday took a historic vote to end U.S. involvement in the war in Yemen, the world’s worst humanitarian catastrophe. Here are key questions about the resolution.
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"This vote immediately diminishes U.S. political support for the war and puts more pressure on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to end their brutal tactics and negotiate an end to the war." After defeating two last-minute amendments by ultra-hawkish Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) that would have completely gutted the measure, the Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly passed Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-Vt.) resolution to end U.S. military support for Saudi Arabia's years-long assault on Yemen by a bipartisan vote of 56-41.The vote—which marks the first time the Senate has passed a War Powers resolution—was applauded by anti-war groups as an important first step toward ending America's complicity in the worst humanitarian crisis in the world."This vote immediately diminishes U.S. political support for the war and puts more pressure on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to end their brutal tactics and negotiate an end to the war," said Paul Kawika Martin, Peace Act...
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Thursday on CNN’s “New Day,” network analyst Harry Enten shared his power rankings for potential 2020 Democratic contenders, which he said he got by using a “secret sauce.” Counting down from 10, Enten got down to number nine, Julian Castro, the former mayor of San Antonio, TX, and Housing and Urban Development secretary under President Barack Obama. According to Enten, he is a “little suspect of having too many men in the upper-tier” of his rankings, but he did say Castro has his Latino background going for him. At eight, Enten listed Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), who Enten said the fact that he is a white male may not work for him right now. “[T]his is an interesting guy for Democrats,” Enten said of Brown. “Another white male, I am very suspect of that going into a Democratic primary with women doing well, I am not sure it’s the time to nominate a white man.” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) came in at six for Enten, but he suggeste...
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According to the poll, the Texas Congressman beat out Sen. Bernie Sanders by less than one percent.
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"Why are we starving children?" asked the outraged cable news anchor. While a vote in the U.S. Senate to push forward a War Powers Resolution on Wednesday resulted in applause from peace advocates and critics of the U.S. involvement in the Saudi-led assault on Yemen, five Democrats in the U.S. House stirred outrage as they helped Republicans in the chamber pass a rule—attached to massive Farm Bill legislation—that effectively killed the hopes of voting on its version of the resolution for the remainder of the congressional session.The procedural vote in the Senate, said resolution co-sponsor Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), will help send a message to the world that the chamber will soon end its support for "this brutal, horrific war in Yemen led by an undemocratic, despotic regime."But in the House, say critics, the five Democrats—Reps. Jim Costa (Calif.), Al Lawson (Fla.), Collin Peterson (Minn.), Dutch Rupperberger (Md.), and David Scott (Ga.)—sent the exact oppo...
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Julian Castro isn’t writing off some of the older potential Democratic presidential contenders, like former Vice President Joe Biden and Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
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The Senator from Vermont says the greed of the ultra wealthy is "having an unbelievably negative impact on the fabric of our entire country."
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When it comes to criticizing the Democratic Party, nothing speaks like experience within the belly of the beast. When it comes to criticizing the Democratic Party, nothing speaks like experience within the belly of the beast. Ralph Nader is living proof. After years of effectively pressuring congressional Democrats to protect consumers and the environment against corporate greed, he watched firsthand as the party bowed to the demands of Big Business during the Jimmy Carter administration.And then there’s Nick Brana, the leading activist behind the Movement for a People’s Party (MPP).  Like Nader, Brana isn’t content merely to expose the corruption of the dismal dollar Democrats—a party that late political scientist Sheldon Wolin rightly called “the inauthentic opposition.” He’s looking to replace them with something much better: Let’s call it an “authentic opposition.”Don’t let his tender age of 29 fool you. Brana has served his time inside the belly of t...
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On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Cuomo Primetime,” Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) rejected the idea of trading funding for a border wall for concessions on DREAMers. Sanders said, “I find it incomprehensible that we have a president of the United States, the leader of our government, who wants to shut down the government, impact the livelihood of some 750,000 federal workers and seven government agencies, which impact millions of Americans. I think it’s totally absurd and disgraceful.” Anchor Chris Cuomo then asked Sanders what would be the problem with giving the president wall funding in exchange for concessions on DREAMers. Sanders responded, “Look, we have veterans in this country who are sleeping out on the street. We have elderly people on Social Security trying to survive on $12,000 a year. They can’t afford prescription drugs. We should not be wasting $5 billion — or in fact, a lot more than that, which is what Trump e...
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Beto O'Rourke topped Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders in an early presidential straw poll conducted by MoveOn.org, according to a report.
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While Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders would likely disavow super PACs, candidates from donor-rich states like New York and California would face a vexing choice and risk alienating liberals.
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Donald Trump Jr. claimed that Ocasio-Cortez’ policies would lead to Americans eating dogs. Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is still half a month away from taking over Rep. Joe Crowley’s (D-NY) seat in the House of Representatives, but the far right is obsessed with her every move—and anyone who watches Fox News or reads right-wing websites on a regular basis can see how hysterical and over-the-top much of the criticism has been. Like her mentor, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, the 29-year-old Ocasio-Cortez describes herself as a “democratic socialist” but is essentially a New Deal/Great Society liberal; her political heritage is President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, President Lyndon B. Johnson and the modern governments of countries like Sweden and Denmark—not Che Guevara or Fidel Castro. But the far right is terrified of her, and as 2019 draws closer, the attacks on Ocasio-Cortez are becoming increasingly hysterical. Here are six of the most outrageous...
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The president’s son said socialism will lead to Americans eating dogs It seems as though Donald Trump Jr. hasn’t quite outgrown playground smack talk, what with his constant social media posts berating democrats and Trump opposers, publishing an offensive meme online targeted at Democratic congressperson-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.Thephoto pictures Ocasio-Cortez asking, “Why are you so afraid of a socialist economy?” with President Trump responding, saying “Because Americans want to walk their dogs, not eat them.”Um. What?While more than 65,000 have liked the photo, which is captioned “It’s funny cuz it’s true!!!” the majority of comments are negative, questioning what the meme even means, and calling out how problematic it is that the son of the president is posting such content.“It’s funny how threatened and terrified they all are of this young woman…..” one user wrote. No stranger to offensive meme-posting, Don Jr. also has taken aim at Sen....
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We were duped.  Or, at least, we were given some false hope. In the three years between 2014 and 2016, global carbon emissions from the burning of fossil fuels had finally stopped increasing and leveled out. Emissions weren't yet going down — but there was the potential that they had peaked.  Perhaps, mused scientists, this was the fruitful beginning of humanity's collective response to alter the course of history, and in doing so, avoid the mounting woes wrought by climate change.  But, no. With 2017 came news that emissions had ticked up. And, critically, the newly-released 2018 Global Carbon Budget Report shows that carbon emissions bumped up yet again in 2018, and are now at their highest levels on record. The hard truth is that unless the four major carbon players — the U.S., China, European Union (EU), and India — make ambitious cuts over the coming decade, carbon emissions will likely continue to ratchet up. "Emissions will probably rise until 2030,"...
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) jokingly told CBS late night host Stephen Colbert he would be his vice presidential pick if he decided to run for president in 2020 and captured the Democratic nomination that eluded him in a c...
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) blamed President Trump over the Republicans' midterm losses in the House of Representatives, saying the results were a referendum on him."Democrats won some 40 seats in the House, now co...
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With a federal PAC in place, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is exploring 2020 options. Can he compete in a field that includes Bernie Sanders, Beto O'Rourke and Kamala Harris?
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On Thursday’s broadcast of CBS’ “The Late Show,” Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) argued that news networks are reluctant to talk about climate change, and part of the reason for this is the fact that they are sponsored by fossil fuel companies. Sanders said, “[O]ne of the problems is, let me be very honest, you know, whenever we turn on the television, all these ads from the fossil fuel industry –.” Host Stephen Colbert then cut in to ask, “So, CNN isn’t talking about global warming because Exxon is paying for the — to keep the lights on?” Sanders responded, “I think that is one of the reasons, yeah. Let me say that, I do think it is.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
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Details as small as the debate schedule matter, as was shown by the 2016 election. The Democratic Party’s best-known outsider, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, appears to be on the verge of notching yet another inside-track score that doubtless will come in handy when he runs for president in 2020.One of the biggest complaints by Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign was the way that the Democratic National Committee collaborated with Hillary Clinton’s campaign to schedule its televised debates. In a nutshell, Sanders was cut out of that process, as WikiLeaks documented in its release of stolen campaign emails. The Clinton campaign outlined the schedule it wanted—and got. The debates were to be minimal, held on weekends when audiences were smaller, and were announced with no input from Sanders.In striking contrast to the last presidential season, the DNC has been giving Sanders a seat at the 2020 planning table in ways that could barely be imagined during his first presidential...
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Everybody in the Texas Capitol has known about a factually impaired Confederate memorial plaque for more than a year. So why is it still on the wall? State government acts quickly when it needs to. That’s why you can tell when state officials don’t think they need to act quickly.To be clear, this is not about faceless bureaucrats bogging things down. It’s about elected state leaders with faces too politically cautious to make easy decisions.The governor, the attorney general and presumptive Speaker of the Texas House have lately turned their attention to a controversial and false plaque in the Texas Capitol that commemorates the Civil War.It’s been a long time coming.Credit state Rep. Eric Johnson, D-Dallas, for raising a stink about this, and for showing all of us just how slowly state government can move, even when presented with what looks like a simple problem. Johnson pointed out well over a year ago that the memorial was an embarrassment, calling for the immediate r...
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Bernie Sanders is becoming more serious by the day about running in 2020 There have been not-so-subtle hints that Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont is becoming more serious by the day about forging a second White House bid to challenge President Donald Trump in 2020.The Associated Press reports that Sanders is "laying the groundwork to launch a bigger presidential campaign than his first." The news organization says that the lawmaker's advisers predict he would "open the 2020 Democratic presidential primary season as a political powerhouse."Sanders has not formally announced his decision to throw his hat in the ring for 2020, but as celebrity supporters, former campaign staff and progressive policy leaders gathered at the Sanders Institute over the weekend, "some spoke openly about a 2020 White House bid as if it was almost a foregone conclusion," the AP reports."This time, he starts off as a front-runner – or one of the front-runners," Sanders' 2016 campaign mana...
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His meeting with Obama came amid cross-pressures on O’Rourke to forgo a run for president to mount another bid for U.S. Senate. By Matt Viser, The Washington PostDec. 4, 2018"Beto O’Rourke met with Barack Obama as he ponders a 2020 presidential campaign" was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues.Beto O’Rourke, weighing whether to mount a 2020 presidential bid, met recently with Barack Obama at his post-presidency offices in Washington.The meeting, which was held on Nov. 16 at the former president’s offices in Foggy Bottom, came as former Obama aides have encouraged the Democratic House member to run, seeing him as capable of the same kind of inspirational campaign that caught fire in the 2008 presidential election.The meeting was the first sign of Obama getting personally involved in conversations with O’Rourke, who...
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Bernie Sanders is so concerned about climate change that he spent nearly $300,000 on private air travel in October so he could speak to audiences in nine battleground states prior to November's midterm elections.
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A new group called Organizing for Bernie launched this week to draft Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) to run for president.The group's goal is to build an organizational st...
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Here is a quick list of issues, and people, still hanging out there. Tuesday’s sentencing hearing for Michael Flynn, and memos expected later in the week detailing portions of the investigation related to Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen, have a number of pundits opining that the Russia investigation is all but over. Again. Across DC, and TV, the desire to slap a bow on the special counsel appointment and flip off the lights seems to be near fever pitch. But there are reasons to believe that the investigation led by Robert Mueller may be a long way from over—it might not even have reached cruising altitude. Here is a quick list of issues, and people, still hanging out there:1) Roger Stone and Jerome Corsi These two are a given. From Stone’s “defense” that he lies so much that everyone should just expect that any statement he makes is a lie, to Corsi’s apparently unwritten joint defense agreement with Donald Trump, these two are apparently flapping in the breeze...
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Fact-checkers at the Washington Post gave Democratic Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez “four Pinnochios” for posting a claim on Twitter about out-of-control Pentagon spending. Ocasio-Cortez, who supports Sen. Bernie Sanders proposal for Medicare-for-all, which estimates say would cost $32 trillion over 10 years, claimed in the tweet on Sunday that “Pentagon accounting errors” could help pay for...
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The government is letting the younger generations down. The official unemployment rate, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), fell to 3.7% in September and remained unchanged in October—which is a major improvement from the unemployment rates of 9% or 10% that President Barack Obama battled during his first few years in office during the Great Recession. President Donald Trump would love to take sole credit for the U.S.’ economic recovery, but truth be told, unemployment was already down to 4.6% when Obama was still in office. And if another recession occurs before November 2020, Trump might become a one-term president. Voters can be quick to punish incumbent presidents when there is bad economic news, as everyone from Herbert Hoover to Jimmy Carter to George H.W. Bush found out.No economy is recession-proof, and it’s not a question of whether or not another recession will occur, but when—and how painful it will be. Some recessions pass quickly; others i...
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An insurgent underdog no more, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is laying the groundwork to launch a bigger presidential campaign than his first, as advisers predict he would open the 2020 Democratic presidential primary season as a political powerhouse.
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The new group, Organizing For Bernie, will formally launch Monday with plans to “hit the ground running”
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An insurgent underdog no more, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is laying the groundwork to launch a bigger presidential campaign than his first, as advisers predict ...
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US senator Bernie Sanders is laying the groundwork to launch a bigger presidential campaign than his first in 2016.
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"It'll be a much bigger campaign if he runs again," Sanders' 2016 campaign manager Jeff Weaver said
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BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — An insurgent underdog no more, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is laying the groundwork to launch a bigger presidential campaign than his first, as advisers predict he would open the 2020 Democratic presidential primary season as a political powerhouse.
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An insurgent underdog no more, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is laying the groundwork to launch a bigger presidential campaign than his first, as advisers predict he would open the 2020 Democratic presidential primary season as a political powerhouse.
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BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — An insurgent underdog no more, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is laying the groundwork to launch a bigger presidential campaign than his first, as advisers predict he would open the 2020 Democratic presidential primary season as a political powerhouse. A final decision has not been made, but those closest to the 77-year-old […]
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In a sit-down interview alongside Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) told Kasie Hunt of MSNBC’s “Kasie DC” that he is “feeling the Bern” in regards to the failed 2016 Democratic presidential candidate advocating for the United States to get out of the war in Yemen. In the interview, which aired Sunday, Sanders called the war “a horrific humanitarian disaster,” arguing the United States’ involvement is “unconstitutional.” “The Constitution is very clear. It is the Congress that has war-making powers, not the president of the United States,” Sanders told Hunt. “This war is unauthorized and, in my view, unconstitutional.” Hunt asked Lee for comment, and he replied, “I’m feeling the Bern. I completely agree with what he’s saying.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
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Democrats always have to compromise, no matter how large an electoral victory they may win. With Democrats about to assume control of the House of Representatives, we're being treated to another round of wide-ranging calls for bipartisanship, both overtly and more insidiously in sub-rosa form. Democrats are supposed to act in a bipartisan manner -- but without expecting either Donald Trump or Mitch McConnell to accept normal House oversight, much less to sit down with them and pass any serious bipartisan legislation. So, the real message to Democrats is that they must not articulate a clear, principled policy position of their own — even for the purpose of saving civilization as we know it — because that would only further "polarization" and "tribalization," as argued in the deeply flawed “Hidden Tribes” report I wrote about recently. The default assumption here is an article of faith among the D.C. punditocracy: Serious policymaking progress requires bipartisan...
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The senator from Vermont and his supporters see a democracy under attack by populist right-wing forces who should be countered by an organized left.
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Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) joined other political figures in sending their condolences to the Bush family on Saturday following the death of their patriarch, former President George H.W. B...
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If a devastating new report from The New York Times is to be believed, the falconer’s falcon is but one of the innumerable creatures wiped off the planet just in the past 50 years. As the world’s pre-eminent heads of state gather in Buenos Aires, Argentina, this weekend for the annual G-20 summit, the postwar order has never looked more fragile. War threatens to break out at any moment between Russia and Ukraine, Britain is staring into the abyss of a failed Brexit negotiation and the U.S. faces a rising tide of ethno-nationalism, reinforced in no small part by Donald Trump’s presidency. Compounding this larger crisis, new research indicates we have just 12 years to radically reduce carbon emissions or risk climate catastrophe.The center is not holding, and if a devastating new report from The New York Times is to be believed, the falconer’s falcon is but one of the innumerable creatures wiped off the planet just in the past 50 years. As Jonathan Aronson argues in...
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"Medicare for All promises a system that is fairer, more efficient, and vastly less expensive than America's bloated, monopolized, over-priced and under-performing private health insurance system." Confronting the question most commonly asked of the growing number of Americans who support replacing America's uniquely inefficient and immoral for-profit healthcare system with Medicare for All—"How do we pay for it?"—a new paper released Friday by researchers at the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) shows that financing a single-payer system would actually be quite simple, given that it would cost significantly less than the status quo."We really can get more and pay less."—Michael Lighty"It's easy to pay for something that costs less," Robert Pollin, economics professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and lead author of the new analysis, declared during a panel discussion at The Sanders Institute Gathering in Burlingon, Vermont, where Polli...
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BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Supporters of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders were in Burlington on Friday as part of a three-day pep rally for many of the policy issues, such as universal health care, protecting the environment and economic and criminal justice reform, that defined the Vermont independent during his 2016 run for the presidency. In […]
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At a symposium organized by Jane Sanders, the Vermont senator didn’t quite take the reins of 2020 leadership. But he didn’t drop them either.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said Friday that he will "strongly oppose" President Trump's new trade deal with Mexico and Canada, arguing as currently written it would continue to "ship U.S. jobs to Mexico.""In my vi...
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Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is calling on Democrats to work harder to convince people of all races, regions and income levels that liberal policies will help them.
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BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is calling on Democrats to work harder to convince people of all races, regions and income levels that liberal policies will help them. He said: “Our job is to do exactly the opposite of what Trump is trying to do. He’s trying to divide us.” The 77-year-old […]
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A nonprofit group launched by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) lost almost a quarter of a million dollars in 2016 from an email scam, ...
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The US Senate voted on Wednesday to end their support for Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen, defying President Donald Trump to act in response to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The Senators agreed by a vote of 63-37 to allow debate to proceed on the resolution, after Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, and Jim Mattis, defence secretary, failed to sway undecided senators to continue the military support for the war coalition. Senior senators from both parties rebuffed the Trump administration’s attempt to placate lawmakers demanding action against Saudi Arabia. The vote opens the way to a freewheeling debate over Saudi Arabia’s role in the killing of dissident columnist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul and the war in Yemen. The debate, which may take place next week, would centre on a measure to restrict US support for the Saudi military campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen, where a humanitarian disaster is unfolding. “There will be anoth...
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Takes a special kind of evil to pull off what longtime Donald Trump advisor Roger Stone and his pal Jerome Corsi did to Seth Rich's family. The “political provocateurs” and their paid assistants harassed the murdered man's mom and dad and surviving loved ones with conspiracy theories about his death, even though they knew it was all a lie. Newly released email shows the Russia truthers knew full well who supplied Wikileaks with the Clinton emails. They kept blaming a murdered staffer, even after his parents begged them to stop, reports Will Sommer at the Daily Beast: Stone became one of the first major figures in Trump’s orbit to suggest Rich was murdered over the emails, tweeting on August 10, 2016 that Rich had “ties to DNC heist.” In 2017, after Rich’s parents begged right-wing media personalities to stop pushing conspiracy theories about their son, Corsi put the blame for the email theft on Rich in a three-part InfoWars series. In his InfoWars posts and a series of You...
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Even Trump's allies are wary of his coddling of the Saudis. In a bold and decisive step for a usually deferential Congress, the Republican-controlled Senate voted by a large margin Wednesday to move forward with a resolution that would cut funding for President Donald Trump's support of Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen.By a margin of 63-37, the Senate voted to move the resolution, sponsored by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), to a floor vote that could happen as early as next week. The resolution still has a long way to go before it actually passed Congress, but the fact that so many Republicans were willing to buck the president on the issue shows that his control over lawmakers in his own party may be weaker than previously believed.Earlier in the day, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had visited the Senate to lobby against the measure. The fact that the resolution still passed by a large margin constituted a "significant rebuke," argued NBC News correspondent...
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The pros and one very big con (what would Bernie Sanders say?) to the idea of Washington Gov. Jay Inslee running for president.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Speaking to a packed auditorium of enthusiastic young people Tuesday night, Bernie Sanders already seemed to be campaigning for the White House again. But the Vermont senator was appearing at George Washington University as an author — not a presidential candidate. Sanders’ new book, “Where We Go From Here,” went on sale […]
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Sen. Bernie Sanders, in a speech timed to the release of his newest book Tuesday, slammed President Trump as a “pathological liar, a racist, and religious bigot,” adding that he was “depressed” and didn’t leave his house after finding out Trump won the 2016 election.
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WASHINGTON ― After months of global controversy over Saudi Arabia for its role
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