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Elizabeth Warren Emerges at Top after the First Democratic Debate

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The first Democratic debate for the 2020 elections, which took place in Miami on Wednesday night, did not disappoint at all. The debate witnessed Sen. Elizabeth Warren emerging as the top contender. Massachusetts Senator Warren dominated the entire debate with her sharp, energetic and standing above the fray outlook. The night saw Warren making most…

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Adam Schiff

Respecting the Subpoena, Mueller will Testify Next Month, Claims Adam Schiff

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The efforts of Democratic Representative and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and other Democrats have finally bore fruit as Robert Mueller will testify next month before the Congress. Schiff in his statement on Tuesday also hoped that the Democratic Party will be successful to settle the deadlock surrounding the testimony of the special counsel.…

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Pete Buttigieg

South Bend Police Department Slams Pete Buttigieg

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The road ahead of Pete Buttigieg seems to be quite rocky, as the Democratic hopeful constantly juggles between his controversial tenure as the Mayor of South Bend Indiana and his campaign for 2020 elections. The situation continues to worsen for him, after his failed town hall meet with the locals, he is now being criticized…

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Joe biden

Joe Biden’s Controversial Remarks Create Opportunities for Rivals

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The race for upcoming 2020 presidential elections is getting real, where former Vice President Joe Biden has been leading and has raised the expectations of overthrowing President Donald Trump on November 3, 2020. However, his stars appear to have displaced, bringing an era of controversy in his way of campaigning. Last week, Biden was heard…

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Keep America Great

Trump Vows to “Keep America Great” during his Re-Election Campaign

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Tuesday night witnessed President Donald Trump launching his re-election campaign from the rally in Orlando, Florida. During the rally, he called for the support of the crowd as he vowed to “Keep America Great” with his every effort. While the rally saw a great crowd it also garnered the attention of the Democratic hopefuls, who…

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Mick Mulvaney

OMB Director Mick Mulvaney Works towards Collecting $5 Billion for Border Wall

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Mick Mulvaney, acting White House chief of staff and director of the Office of Management and Budget, will soon be furnishing the President’s calls on border wall funding along with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. According to some of the Republican MPs, Trump’s attention on issues like immigration and border wall and continuous lingering talks on…

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Harriet Tubman bill

$20 Harriet Tubman Bill’s Delaying till 2028 Sparks Criticism

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Treasury department secretary Steven Mnuchin announced last month that the upcoming $20 Harriet Tubman bill would be delayed by 2028. He also said that it might be possible that the bill won’t include the portrait of the former abolitionist and political activist.   According to The New York Times, the department started working upon the…

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Joe Biden

Joe Biden Successfully Shifts Attention from Abortion Laws to his Campaign

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Former Vice President Joe Biden and the President continue to widen the rift between them as they get involved in a heated exchange of words. During their visits to Iowa on Tuesday, both the leaders continued demeaning each other that started since Biden announced his campaign for the 2020 presidential elections. Following the turnout at…

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Iowa Polls

Biden Criticized by Fellow Democrats Following Iowa Polls

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The latest Iowa polls conducted by Selzer and Co. to find out the most favorite Democratic leader for 2020 presidential elections in the country, brought in a wave of criticism from various Democrats. While criticizing former Vice President Joe Biden on the basis of  the results of the polls, Democrats said that the candidates with…

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