All four of the top-tier Democratic presidential candidates — Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders — have released climate plans that call for massive spending, an overhaul of the fossil fuel industry and increased standards for renewable energy.
“I remember, for some reason or another, being very excited when Fidel Castro made the revolution in Cuba,” the 2020 Democrat said in 1986.
CNN aired audio Wednesday of a tense exchange between Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders that took place at the end of a Democratic presidential debate in Des Moines, Iowa, Tuesday.
Democratic 2020 candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders is a favorite of Iran’s state media mouthpieces. Iran’s propaganda arms have hyped the Vermont senator and touted his criticisms of President Donald Trump’s order to kill Iranian terrorist leader Qasem Soleimani.
2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren promised details of her private dinner with fellow candidate Bernie Sanders would be kept private, but the alleged details are leaking.
Sanders — who supports policies that would lead to large-scale legalization of illegal workers — claimed his previous position was “250 years ago” and that he would help the rights of all workers.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders surged to the lead in a closely watched poll of Iowa voters, according to results released Friday.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has denounced Super PACs, but he’s been supported by a dark money group since launching his presidential campaign in February.
The new poll from Monmouth University, released Thursday, shows former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 20 percent, followed closely by former Vice President Joe Biden at 19 percent and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 18 percent. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is at 15 percent.
“So if we’re going to beat Trump, we need turnout,” Sanders continued. “And to get turnout, you need energy and excitement. And I don’t think that that kind of record is going to bring forth the energy we need to defeat Trump.”
Democratic 2020 candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders said Thursday that he won’t put a price tag on his government takeover of the health care system because the figure is “such a huge number.”