Trump welcomes 'Sleepy Joe' Biden to the 2020 race by insulting his intelligence and bashing Democrats' 'very sick & demented ideas'

Former Vice PresidentJoe Biden announced his candidacy for president on Thursday. Shortly afterBiden’s announcement, President Trump welcomed him to the race with insults and taunting. Trump and Biden have a long history of going back and forth, and have clearly been able to get under one another’s skin. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. President Donald Trump welcomed former Vice PresidentJoe […]

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Obama Holds Off on Endorsing Biden, His Vice President

Ex-President Barack Obama is holding off on an endorsement of his former running mate, Joe Biden, who on Thursday joined the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. He did, though, voice support for the former vice president in a statement timed to Biden’s announcement. “President Obama has long said that selecting Joe Biden as his running mate in 2008 […]

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Trump welcomes Joe Biden to the 'nasty' 2020 race by insulting his intelligence

President Donald Trump on Thursday tweeted a snarky welcome to Joe Biden, after the former vice president officially joined the 2020 race. “Welcome to the race Sleepy Joe,” Trump said in a tweet Thursday morning. Less than three hours earlier, Biden announced his 2020 bid in a video that attacked Trump. President Donald Trump on Thursday tweeted a snarky welcome […]

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Democratic candidates are fighting to get enough attention and money to make the first debate stage — here's everyone who's qualified so far

Democratic presidential candidates have to meet certain polling and donation thresholds in order to secure a spot on the debate stage this summer. Several candidates have already qualified through polling, a few through donations, and a smaller amount through a combination of both. The field could be narrowed by the Democratic National Committee in the event too many candidates qualify. […]

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Cory Booker Becomes The Latest Presidential Candidate To Release His Tax Returns

Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) became the latest Democratic presidential candidate to release his tax returns on Wednesday, ramping up the pressure on President Donald Trump to do the same. Booker’s release shows an adjusted gross income of $152,715 last year, with about 19% of that income going toward federal taxes. He’s earned significantly more in previous years, largely due to […]

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Trump is right to push back against Dems' investigations, Wall Street Journal columnist says

The politics of the battle of presidential power vs. legislative oversight President Trump vows to fight congressional Democrats’ subpoenas; reaction and analysis from the ‘Special Report’ All-Stars. Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Riley defended President Trump on Wednesday for pushing back against investigations by Democrats into the much debated and discussed Russia investigation. "I think the president has it right […]

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Gun Safety Group Sues Over Alleged NRA Campaign Spending Violations

The gun safety nonprofit Giffords Law Center filed a lawsuit against the Federal Election Commission on Wednesday for not acting on its multiple complaints that the National Rifle Association made illegal campaign contributions to President Donald Trump and six other Republican candidates. “Over the past nine months, Plaintiff Giffords filed four separate administrate complaints with the Federal Election Commission,” said the lawsuit, noting […]

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David Bossie: Pelosi and House Dems are abusing power in a desperate effort to impeach Trump

Mueller report showdown brewing between Trump, Congress After House Democrats subpoena former White House counsel Don McGahn, President Trump tells The Washington Post that there’s ‘no reason to go any further.’ It’s obvious that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has every intention of impeaching President Trump, despite her denials. The California Democrat and resistance leader is currently running a taxpayer-funded political […]

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