Groups of wealthy Republicans unhappy with Donald Trump have been privately courting prominent peers to join them in backing Democrat Hillary Clinton’s U.S. presidential bid, several people involved in the effort told Reuters.
“We do not need a president whose cornerstone of his campaign is bigotry, who is insulting Mexicans and Latinos and Muslims and women, who does not believe in the reality of climate change,” he continued.
Campaigning with less than a week left before the New York primaries, Bernie Sanders held a massive rally in Manhattan yesterday evening. It was reported that 27,000 people filled every empty space in Washington Square Park to listen to him reiterate his message of social and economic justice, as well as his belief that he would win the state’s primary.
During last night’s Democratic debate, both candidates broke with President Barack Obama’s policy of mass deportations of undocumented immigrants
As news of Bernie Sanders’s shocking upset over Hillary Clinton started to trickle in, Arab Americans all over the country were celebrating his win.
After months of wavering and speculation Joe Biden announced that he would not run for president, in a heartfelt statement that might have doubled as a stump speech.