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Cory Booker Spent Over $14 Million on Failed Presidential Campaign

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) wasted over $14 million on his failed presidential campaign, according to estimates based on federal election records. The latest campaign finance report filed on September 30, showed that Booker spent $13,981,713 on his campaign, according to Open Secrets. Millions more were likely spent in the following months, but the full amount…

Democrats Bid Julian Castro Farewell: ‘You Made This Race Stronger’

Several prominent Democrats offered kind parting words to Julián Castro (D) following the suspension of his presidential campaign on Thursday, proclaiming that his presence made the race “stronger.” Castro officially dropped out of the presidential race on Thursday but promised to “keep fighting for an America where everyone counts”: It’s with profound gratitude to all…

Julian Castro: Trump Mocking Greta Thunberg Shows He’s ‘Unfit for Office’

Democrat presidential candidate Julián Castro argued Thursday that President Donald Trump mocking teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg’s TIME magazine “Person of the Year” cover makes it clear he is “unfit for office.” “The president of the United States is mocking a 16-year-old on Twitter,” Castro, who previously served as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD),…

Julian Castro: Republicans ‘Get Off’ on Trump’s Cruelty

On Sunday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” 2020 Democratic presidential candidate former Housing Secretary Julian Castro complained that Republicans “get off” on President Donald Trump’s “cruelty.” Host Joy Reid said, “You mentioned Ben Carson. We were going to mention the back and forth between himself and Congresswoman Maxine Waters where he’s got a plan to essentially drive people out…

Bernie Sanders Acknowledges ‘Kurds and Other U.S. Allies’ After al-Baghdadi Raid, Not U.S. Forces...

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on Sunday acknowledged the “Kurds and other U.S. allies” following President Trump’s announcement of ISIS founder Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s death, but did not mention President Trump’s role – or that of U.S. forces, specifically – in his initial remark. Trump addressed the nation on Sunday and formally announced the death of al-Baghdadi, who…

Flashback: Trump Congratulated President Obama Personally on Osama bin Laden Raid

Democrats deliberately omitted President Donald Trump from their congratulations Sunday on the successful raid that killed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS). But Trump had congratulated then-President Barack Obama in May 2011 when he announced the raid that killed Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. I want to personally congratulate President…

Julian Castro Calls For ‘Not Only Impeachment, but Removal’ of Trump

Democrat presidential hopeful and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro called for “not only impeachment, but removal” of President Donald Trump in a recent interview. Castro’s remarks came during NPR’s “Off Script” series with host Lulu Garcia-Navarro, where he was questioned on an array of subjects including his campaign and impeachment. “I believe that…

Julian Castro: Trump Taliban Talks Another ‘Bizarre Episode’ That Illustrates His ‘Erratic Behavior’

Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful former HUD  Secretary Julián Castro called President Donald Trump canceled meeting with Taliban leaders “another bizarre episode” in Trump’s presidency. Castro said, “The way he tweeted this out, I’m still looking for confirmation that an actual, physical trip to Camp David was planned. But if…

‘Fredo’ Round-Up: Chris Matthews, Joy Reid, Cher, NYT, and More Used the ‘Offensive’ Term

Chris Cuomo compared the nickname “Fredo” to the “N-word” in a viral video that surfaced Monday night, showing the CNN anchor melting down after a man referred to him as such. There are numerous instances, however, of others in media, politics, and Hollywood using the term– the same term Cuomo likened to an ethnic slur.…

Julian Castro: Shootings a ‘Consequence’ of Trump ‘Fanning the Flames of Hate’

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful and former HUD Secretary Julián Castro called mass shootings a “consequence” of President Donald Trump  “fanning the flames of hate.” Castro said, “It’s so unfortunate that not only our president but his administration can’t rise up to the challenge of leadership in these times. Anybody who has…
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