Kevin Tsujihara, the beleaguered former chairman and CEO of Warner Bros. Entertainment, donated to prominent Democrats in recent election cycles, including several 2020 presidential candidates.
Andrew Gillum and Stacey Abrams were 2018 runner-up candidates for governor in the country’s third- and ninth-largest states, are considered “rising stars” in the Democratic Party, and are engaging in “horrifying,” “shocking” rhetoric that is “threatening our democracy.”
Vanquished Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams (D.) boasted about never conceding her race against Gov. Brian Kemp (R.) Thursday and claimed “I did win my election.”
The Democratic National Committee has apparently learned from the mistakes of its 2016 standard-bearer and will hold its 2020 national convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The Washington Post‘s fact checker gave two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton a “Four Pinocchios” rating for comments about voter suppression in Georgia and Wisconsin, calling her claims “way off-base.”
Robby Mook, who served as the campaign manager for Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential campaign in 2016, will be the new president of the House Majority PAC, which works to maintain Democratic control in the House of Representatives.
Former staffers for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign ripped into Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) for his private jet requests, with one former staffer referring to him as “Royal Majesty King Bernie Sanders.”
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), a self-proclaimed Democratic socialist, will be signing an “affirmation” in the next week pledging he will run as a Democrat in 2020 and serve as one if elected to be the next president, according to his senior campaign adviser.