The Vermont U.S. senator spoke to thousands of supporters in Grant Park less than two weeks before Illinois’ primary elections.
Mulvaney was Trump’s third chief of staff - a job he held in an acting capacity in a White House known for its high turnover.
As the public continues to brace for the spread of the new coronavirus, President Trump has continued to spread misinformation about the disease. And Chuck Schumer, the top Democrat in the Senate, made charged remarks on the steps of the Supreme Court that drew a rebuke from Chief Justice John Roberts.This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe, White House correspondent Franco Ordoñez, science correspondent Richard Harris, legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg, and congressional editor Deirdre Walsh.
The endorsements of the former vice president comes less than two weeks before Illinois’ March 17 primary election.
Tobolski hasn’t been charged, though the FBI raided his suburban office last fall and recently indicted his top aide.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren ended her bid for the presidency on Thursday, marking the end of a campaign that once rocketed Warren to front runner-status. In her exit speech, Warren acknowledged “all those little girls who are gonna have to wait four more years” for a woman to have a shot at the presidency. Her exit raises questions about why, with a historic number of women running for president, the only seemingly viable candidates remaining are white men.This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, political reporter Danielle Kurtzleben, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson.
Anti-Semite and Holocaust denier Art Jones was nominated in the 2018 3rd Congressional District race. Party leaders don’t want a repeat.
Warren announced her decision after disappointing finishes in the primary.
Illinois primary voters are weighing in on a slew of critical local races. Here’s what you need to know to cast an informed vote.
Joe Biden’s victories on Super Tuesday illustrated the importance of campaign momentum. He won in several states where he had little to no campaign infrastructure and did not advertise. That was possible because of his commanding support from African Americans and older voters.Also, Mike Bloomberg exits the race and Elizabeth Warren considers her future.This episode: congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell, demographics and culture reporter Juana Summers, and senior political editor/correspondent Domenico Montanaro.