Mayor Pete "Boat Shoes" Buttigieg, aka "Mayor Beast," wasn't shy about attacking media darling Elizabeth Warren during last week's Democratic primary debate. Now, the establishment-backed candidate is triggering libs all over again following reports that he "quietly" received staffing recommendations from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Failed politician and likely 2020 presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is either unable or unwilling to stop behaving like someone preparing to enter the underwhelming field of Democratic primary candidates. She keeps logging on, posting things on social-media platforms, and accusing her critics of being Russian spies.
Former Governor John Kasich (R., Ohio), a legendary asshole even by modern political standards, said Friday that he has been pushed "across the Rubicon," and now thinks President Donald Trump should be impeached.
South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete Buttigieg's campaign announced Friday that the candidate is returning campaign donations from Steve Patton, the Chicago city attorney who spearheaded efforts to block the release of video footage showing the 2014 police shooting death of black teenager Laquan McDonald.
The Kamala Harris campaign is struggling to come to terms with the swift demise and inevitable collapse of a once-promising candidate who no longer has the authority to arrest and imprison her enemies.
The pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong received just a single mention at Tuesday evening's fourth Democratic primary debate, while moderators from CNN and the New York Times failed to ask a single question about China.
Twelve Democratic presidential candidates will face off Tuesday night at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, site of the fourth Democratic primary debate, hosted by CNN and the New York Times. Here is some unsolicited advice for each of the candidates designed to help them gain the upper hand over their opponents.
Pete Buttigieg has not seen Dave Chappelle's controversial new stand-up special on Netflix, but that didn't stop the South Bend, Ind., mayor from suggesting that the legendary comedian's jokes about the transgender community are "straight up hurting people."