Majority of independents oppose Trump reelection, undecided on 2020 Democrats: poll


A majority of independent voters say they will not vote for President Trump in 2020 but are undecided on which 2020 Democratic candidate to support, according to a new NPR–NewsHour–Marist poll released on Monday. The poll found that only 33 percent of independents said they would definitely vote for the president in 2020, while 54 percent said they would definitely vote against him.  Thirteen... Read more

Al Franken Says He ‘Absolutely’ Regrets Resigning Amid Sexual Misconduct Claims


The New Yorker’s Jane Mayer investigated the most damning allegation against the former senator — and finds it doesn’t check out. In a New Yorker profile published Monday, Al Franken said he “absolutely” regrets resigning from the U.S. Senate last year after his fellow Democrats pressured him to do so in response to several sexual misconduct allegations. The former Minnesota lawmaker told... Read more

Michelle Obama Speaks Out After ‘Send Her Back’ Chants: Diversity Makes America Great


“We must remember it’s not my America or your America,” the former first lady said. “It’s our America.” Former first lady Michelle Obama spoke out Friday to praise the nation’s diversity after President Donald Trump’s string of racist attacks on several congresswomen of color. “What truly makes our country great is its diversity,” she tweeted. “I’ve seen that beauty in so many... Read more

Geraldo Rivera Can’t Make ‘Fox & Friends’ Hosts See That Trump Tweets Are Racist


618 “This is their country, they’re citizens of the United States!” the Fox News journalist exclaimed of the four Democratic congresswomen the president attacked. As a journalist, Geraldo Rivera is supposed to report the facts. Sadly, the hosts of “Fox & Friends” weren’t willing to acknowledge them on Friday. It happened during a discussion about Donald Trump’s recent series of racist tweets telling four Democratic congresswomen... Read more

Record Voter Turnout Predicted for 2020 Election


Researchers are predicting record numbers of voters for next year’s White House general election, and political organizations are figuring out what to do with this gift of information. Each of the major political parties is hoping that their candidates will benefit from the anticipated spike. While Democrats usually benefit from higher voter turnout, however, political experts are saying Republicans will likely... Read more

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Yes - 75%
No - 18.8%
Undecided - 6.3%