June 25, 2019: President Trump launched a Republican counterpart to Democratic fundraising site ActBlue. Bernie Sanders introduced a bill in the Senate that would cancel all outstanding federal student loans.
Which presidential election featured the largest popular vote margin by a winning candidate?
“Interviews with nearly 20 Democratic elected officials, party chiefs, labor leaders and operatives the past week revealed an air of foreboding verging on alarm that the debates will degenerate into a two-night, bare-knuckle brawl. With the divisive 2016 Democratic primary fresh in their minds and the current presidential candidates starting to take swipes at one another, the fear is that voters will be left with the impression of a bickering, small-minded opposition party.”
— Holly Otterbein, Politico
The Democratic National Committee released the rules for this week’s Miami debates. Candidates will have 60 seconds to respond to questions and 30 seconds to respond to follow-ups.
Michael Bennethired former DCCC executive director Dan Sena and ad producer Scott Kozar as media consultants, also hiring pollster Pete Brodnitz.
Joe Biden wrote an op-ed in the Miami Herald criticizing Trump’s policies on immigration and relations with Latin America.
The Supreme Court issued its ruling in King v. Burwell, upholding a portion of the Affordable Care Act providing tax credits to individuals purchasing healthcare plans from the federal exchange. TIME Magazine explored the response from Republican presidential candidates.
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