President Donald Trump blasted the news media in a tweet Wednesday morning amid frustrations over the coronavirus-driven stock sell-off.
Joe Biden, who needs a victory in South Carolina's crucial primary on Saturday to keep his campaign alive, hit Sanders as soft on gun control, while billionaire tycoon Michael Bloomberg said Russia was working to help Sanders win the nomination -- betting he will be defeated in November. "Vladimir Putin thinks that Donald Trump should be president of the United States, and that's why Russia is helping you get elected so you'll lose to him," the former New York mayor told Sanders in a heated opening exchange.
But the released document and identified revenue doesn't fully match estimates of how much the ambitious progressive proposals could cost.
Hillary Clinton on Monday denounced President Donald Trump as a "danger to democracy" and defended her scathing comments about former rival and Democratic primary frontrunner Bernie Sanders. Clinton also warned that Russia would once again try to influence the presidential election in 2020,
Mike Bloomberg's social media army, who can command payments of $2,500 a month, have variable levels of commitment.