Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro blasted former vice president and current frontrunner Joe Biden over health care, sparking an exchange that devolved into a back and forth between several candidates on stage during Thursday's Democratic debate.
Thursday night's Democratic primary debate in Houston will feature 10 candidates vying for the party's presidential nomination. Only three have a shot at winning, and none stand a chance against President Donald J. Trump, the historically successful incumbent.
Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro on Sunday said he “absolutely” believes his brother, Rep. Joaquin Castro (D., Texas), was right to release the names of San Antonio donors to President Donald Trump's “campaign of hate.”
Texas representative Joaquin Castro (D.) defended his decision to publicly display the names and employers of 44 private citizens who donated to President Donald Trump during an interview on Morning Joe Wednesday morning.
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign has taken issue with a Facebook post from Texas congressman Joaquin Castro that lists the names and employers of Trump donors in San Antonio and accuses the private citizens of "contributing to harmful rhetoric that targets the Hispanic community and so many others."
Democratic presidential hopeful Julian Castro clashed with a CNN panel over his proposal to decriminalize illegal border crossings, arguing decriminalizing the border is necessary for ending the family separation and child detainment policy.