Brian Fallon, a former top aide to Hillary Clinton and now Executive Director for Demand Justice, expressed his dismay over Kentucky Senate candidate Amy McGrath’s initial stance on whether or not she would have supported the nomination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Rep. Ruben Gallego (D., N.M.) criticized the Obama administration's deportation policies during a Wednesday morning appearance on MSNBC, saying the administration's policies were "too harsh" and "created the environment" at the southern border.
Black Entertainment Television (BET) founder Robert Johnson criticized the Democratic Party for shifting too far left during the presidential primary contest during an interview aired on CNBC on Tuesday.
Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) had less than flattering words for his newest challenger to the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, billionaire climate activist Tom Steyer, during a Tuesday appearance on MSNBC.
EMILY's List, one of the largest pro-choice political action committees in the country, announced its intentions to spend $20 million supporting and training female state legislative candidates in the 2020 election cycle in hopes of improving Democrats' control of the redistricting process.
During an appearance on BET's digital series "Black Coffee Live," Rep. Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) claimed border patrol agents were terrorizing immigrants and said Congress should have a conversation about eliminating border patrol and enforcement agencies.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo criticized fellow New Yorker, Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.), Wednesday afternoon for comparing immigration detention facilities to concentration camps during a press conference ahead of a planned trip to Israel.
Former Vice President Joe Biden faces new questions about his “Middle Class Joe” persona after new reporting from the Washington Post details how Biden has earned millions of dollars since leaving the White House in what the Post described as “an explosion of wealth.”