Poll: Biden leading Democratic field nationally
Former Vice President Joe Biden is leading the 2020 Democratic primary field nationally despite falling behind in recent state polls, according to a new Harvard CAPS/Harris survey.The survey released Friday found that 33 percent of likely primary voters said they were most likely to vote for Biden, while 18 percent said they were likely to vote for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), and 15 percent would vote for Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.).
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A senior member of the Congressional Black Caucus endorsed Joe Biden on Monday, giving the former vice president his Cory Booker has one CBC endorsement : New Jersey Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman. All three candidates will share the stage on July 31 in Detroit for the second set of debates.
Rep. Marc Veasey of Texas endorsed Joe Biden for president on Thursday, giving the former vice president his ninth endorsement from a black member of Congress.
Veasey, who represents a majority-minority district that includes parts of Dallas and Fort Worth, said his constituents overwhelmingly support Biden.
“They want more of a kind of meat-and-potatoes type candidate, someone who can beat [President Donald] Trump,” Veasey told POLITICO in a phone interview. “That’s really their No. 1 concern: Their No. 1 concern is that Trump can no longer be president after the November 2020 election, and they think that Biden is the best candidate.”
Joe Biden accuses Trump of covering up misdeeds with Ukraine
Former Vice President Joe Biden accused President Trump of covering up malfeasance in the president's relationship with Ukraine.Biden, who is running in the Democratic primary to challenge Trump for office in 2020, made the comments in a PBS News Hour clip of an interview released on Friday. Biden answered affirmatively when asked if he believed the president was engaged in a cover-up.
The endorsement of Biden by the firefighters union was widely expected, as But the announcement — by way of a video — offers Biden a boost as he prepares to hit the campaign trail Monday with a rally in Pittsburgh, where he is seeking to court the working class in a state carried by Trump in 2016.
Columnists. Become a contributor. Congress Blog. Biden has emphasized his close ties to labor groups in the run- up to and the beginning of his Since officially announcing his candidacy last week, the former vice president has picked up endorsements from a swath of lawmakers, including New
The Biden campaign later forwarded a statement from Veasey expanding on that message.
“At a time when Washington is ripping our nation apart, we need a good man and steady hand to not only defeat Donald Trump, but to stitch us back together and stand up for working families nationwide,” Veasey said in the statement. “That’s why I’m supporting Joe Biden for President.”
Veasey is the ninth member of the influential Congressional Black Caucus to back Biden, whose campaign co-chair is former CBC Chairman Cedric Richmond of Louisiana. Sen. Kamala Harris of California, however, leads the Democratic primary field in CBC endorsements, with 10 of its 55 members supporting her White House bid. Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey has two endorsements from the group, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro has one, and Sen. Elizabeth WarrenMassachusetts on Wednesday with freshman Rep. Ayanna Pressley breaking from the so-called squad to support her home-state senator.
Joe Biden slams Elizabeth Warren's 'wrong presidential primary' comment as elitist
Joe Biden slammed Elizabeth Warren as out of touch after she accused him of running in the "wrong presidential primary," writing in a Medium post on Tuesday that such attacks are "condescending to the millions of Democrats who have a different view."Joe Biden slammed Elizabeth Warren as out of touch after she accused him of running in the "wrong presidential primary," writing in a Medium post on Tuesday that such attacks are "condescending to the millions of Democrats who have a different view.
A senior member of the Congressional Black Caucus endorsed Joe Biden on Monday, giving the former vice president his sixth endorsement from the influential group. Texas Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson is backing Biden , citing her “firsthand” view of his “commitment to getting real work done on
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Veasey said he heard from Castro — the fourth-term lawmaker served with Castro’s twin brother, Joaquin, in the Texas Legislature and now Congress — and Harris, adding that he has “much respect for both of them.”
Castrohis New Hampshire and South Carolina staffs on Monday that their last day with the campaign would be next week as it focuses on Iowa, Nevada and Texas. Harris, meanwhile, is , redeploying staffers to the first-in-the-nation caucus state and laying off dozens of aides at her Baltimore headquarters.
Veasey said he’s in lockstep with his constituents, telling POLITICO that “there’s no question” he agrees that Biden is the best pick to challenge Trump in the general election.
“Vice President Biden is the best candidate to beat Donald Trump, particularly in those states that we need to win back,” he said.
According to areleased this week, Biden fares better against Trump than Warren or Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont in key battleground states. While Trump has a 2-point advantage over Biden in North Carolina, the poll shows, the two run even in Michigan, and Biden narrowly leads in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Florida and has a 5-point margin over Trump in Arizona.
GOP Rep. Stefanik mocks Schiff, reads his tweets and interviews about whistleblower testimony .
Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., took some public swipes at Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., mocking him at Friday's impeachment hearing by reading old tweets from when the House Intelligence Committee chairman vowed to have the Ukraine whistleblower testify before his panel. © Provided by Fox News Network LLCStefanik read aloud Schiff’s tweets -- as well as quotes from news reports and television appearances -- where Schiff said that the whistleblower, who remains anonymous, would testify. Schiff has since denied requests for that individual to come forward, calling the potential testimony “redundant” and “unnecessary” last week.