This week on the Sunday news shows: NBC host Chuck Todd advised Michael Bloomberg to read the First Amendment, Julián Castro called on the DNC to change the order of primary states in 2024, and Democratic lawmakers are pressed about their past remarks condemning partisan impeachment trials.
The protester removed from President Donald Trump's Thursday night rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, is actually a Trump supporter—and he still likes Trump, he told Fox News in an interview after the rally.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) doubled down on her tweet that claimed black teenager Michael Brown was "murdered by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri," saying Wednesday what mattered was an "unarmed man" was shot in the street.
The voter said she struggled with Warren's decision to list herself as "American Indian" on her Texas State Bar registration card in 1986, which she said disrespected the reason for affirmative action, and asked Warren how she could reach voters who support her policies but don't think she's honest.
At a campaign event in New Hampshire Friday, Democratic candidate Joe Biden was confronted by protesters who demanded he apologize for deportations of illegal immigrants during the Obama administration. Biden stood firm in refusing to disavow deportations as a tool of immigration enforcement.
While the opportunity to persuade Iowa swing voters is too good to pass up for most, some of the candidates will be travelling to other early primary states to get ahead of the competition in a crowded field.