In early primary states, 2020 Democrats court black voters

In early primary states, 2020 Democrats court black voters

Kerry Wise
May 8, 2019

While Sanders is steadily injecting differences with Biden into the bloodstream of the 2020 presidential campaign - on trade agreements, the Iraq War and Wall Street policy - he is hardly screaming it from the rafters. "We could just start with clown".

Buttigieg said Sharpton encouraged him "to engage with people who may not find their way to me who I need to go out and find my way in front of".

Sunday at a high school, he spoke to a crowd in North Charleston.

He speculated that Trump could verbally attack his family members during the campaign.

"The only place he has any confidence is in the mud", Biden said, because the president "doesn't understand how to respond to issues".

"Um... I'm not sure", one student said, while another added, "that's a great question". "And I really respect the Speaker and what she's been able to do, but when asked my opinion, I've got to give my opinion and not anybody else's".

The 2020 Democratic hopeful has since expressed contrition over the accusations against him in a video posted to Twitter last month, saying that he would be more "respectful and mindful" of personal space without directly apologizing.

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On NBC's "Today," Biden told host Savannah Guthrie that her husband was "grateful" that Anita Hill took his call and heard his apology for how she was treated by the Senate Judiciary Committee when he chaired it during the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Klobuchar also said she was frustrated that congressional investigators haven't been able to question special counsel Robert Mueller, whom she described as "the witness we need to go after Russian Federation so that they don't attack our elections again".

Despite showing no results for Biden's campaign page, Google does regularly display the presidential candidate's official advertisement.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren warned the nation remains "at risk" for further foreign interference in its elections and that Trump "puts us squarely in trouble" with his public warmth toward Putin.

Whether he's making jokes about telling Obama that passing Obamacare was a "big f-ing deal" and then doing the Sign of the Cross, making glib references to "my buddy Barack", or boldly declaring in front of Democratic audiences that Obama was one of the best presidents ever, Biden isn't letting anyone forget about his connection to Donald Trump's predecessor.

She said she remained uncertain whether to support Sanders, Biden or another candidate. Trump, 72, called himself 'a young, vibrant man'.