America Bridge, a liberal PAC, is leading an effort to prepare the research needed to contest Vice President Mike Pence for the Presidency in 2020.
A group linked to David Brock, a longtime Clinton ally and founder of the left-wing Media Matters for America, has filed another lawsuit against President Donald Trump on Thursday accusing the president of violating federal records law.
Members of a group linked to liberal operative and Hillary Clinton loyalist David Brock are involved in a new lawsuit filed by the Democratic attorneys general of the District of Columbia and Maryland against President Trump over his private businesses.
Mainstream media outlets, including the Washington Post and the New York Times, reported on a new development in a lawsuit against President Donald Trump, but none disclosed that the nonprofit behind it is a left-wing legal advocacy group run by a controversial Clinton ally.
David Brock, the founder of left-wing Media Matters for America and a longtime friend of the Clintons, suffered a heart attack on Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton ally David Brock has again offered money for information on President Donald Trump.
“Retreat” is an appropriate description of what took place in Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia, this week. Senate Democrats took a break from not confirming President Trump’s cabinet to visit this historic city in a state the president won by 40 points. According to Politico the assembled were scheduled to hear from associates of the Clinton family and to “hold lessons on how to talk to real people.” Oh to be a fly on the wall.
Leading Democratic organizers are turning their backs on Hillary Clinton surrogate David Brock, charging that the Media Matters founder has been a nuisance to the party.
David Brock, the seasoned liberal operative and Clinton loyalist who founded Media Matters, huddled with more than 100 donors last weekend at the swanky Turnberry Isle Resort in Aventura, Fla. to map out how Democrats will “kick Donald Trump’s ass.”
Democratic operative David Brock wants to charge users of a “Twitter-like” website exclusively for progressives, one of his many ideas to monetize his network of political advocacy and nonprofit groups, internal documents reveal.