As a partisan vote over subpoenas for Mueller report is underway, Stephanie Ruhle is joined by author of “Divided Politics, Divided nation” and Editor-in-Chief of Brookings Darrell West, Former Senior Advisor to Hillary Clinton Philippe Reines, and Former senior policy and communications advisor for Governor Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign Michael Steel to discuss tribalism, wage stagnation and how the two will make 2020 a vastly different election than 2016.
President Trump blew away all Democratic challengers in first-quarter fundraising reported Monday, attracting a bigger share of small donors than his 2016 campaign, aided by a strategy of holding rallies earlier than other incumbents. The president's reelection campaign raised $30.3 million and reported $40.8 million in cash on hand, putting
BOSTON — Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld says he is seeking the Republican nomination against President Donald Trump in 2020. Weld said Monday in announcing his candidacy that "it is time to return to the principles of Lincoln – equality, dignity and opportunity for all." He said, in his words,
If he thought he could get away with it, would Donald Trump put Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump in charge of everything?
Get excited: There are only 573 days left until the 2020 election. : ) : ) : )
A former Massachusetts governor officially announced his presidential bid to challenge President Donald Trump for the nomination for the Republican party.
The former Massachusetts governor released a campaign video featuring a number of the president's most unflattering moments.
It has been two years since President Donald Trump abruptly announced in a tweet that he was going to implement a ban on transgender people serving openly in the military. This came out of the blue, and it caught many people (including military leaders) by surprise.
President Trump’s re-election campaign adviser and daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, says the president’s 2020 team isn’t worried at all about a Republican primary challenge.
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Speaking to reporters in New Hampshire, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday criticized President Donald Trump over the findings of the Mueller investigation — calling the report’s details “disturbing” and saying Trump only narrowly avoided being charged with obstruction. “There
Trump slumped in his chair and also said ’I'm f---ed,” the report says.
New York Times writer Paul Krugman wrote in his Thursday column that President Donald Trump is “trying to kill you” via his aggressive — yet selective — deregulation policies. “Even if he’s a one-term president, Trump will have caused, directly or indirectly, the premature deaths of a large number of Americans,” Krugman wrote. There’s a number of ways this will happen, the columnist noted: at the hands of the white nationalists Trump refuses to denounce