By Courtney Leopold Published June 13, 2019 FOX BUSINESS FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Kamala Harris says her DOJ would prosecute Trump “The Richard Fowler Show” radio host Richard Fowler and Fox New contributor Charles Hurt on 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris’s plan to raise teachers’ pay. Fowler and Hurt also react to Kamala Harris's claim that her DOJ would prosecute Trump, if she wins in 2020. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., on Wednesday, issued a stunning warning to President Trump, declaring that if she wins the White House in 2020, she will instruct her Department of Justice to prosecute him with obstruction of justice. Continue Reading Below In an interview with NPR, Senator Harris said she would expect any other Democratic candidate to do the same thing. “I mean look, people might, you know, question why I became a prosecutor. Well, I’ll tell you … [Read more...] about Will Kamala Harris prosecute President Trump?
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | DealBook Briefing: Goldman Says Trump Could Squeak a Win in 2020 Advertisement DealBook Supported by April 15, 2019 Good Monday morning. ICYMI: Tiger Woods wasn’t the only winner from the Masters yesterday. So was Nike — which turned out this ad within minutes of his victory. (Was this email forwarded to you? Sign up here .) Goldman makes an early 2020 call Economists at Goldman Sachs wrote in a research note over the weekend that President Trump has a “narrow” advantage over his potential Democratic challenger next year, according to news reports. • Prediction markets have suggested that a Democratic challenger is likely to win. • But Bloomberg reported that the Goldman economists, Alec Phillips and Blake Taylor, argue that, “The advantage of first term … [Read more...] about DealBook Briefing: Goldman Says Trump Could Squeak a Win in 2020
The complicated choice facing Democratic presidential primary voters, desperate to pick the right candidate to beat President Donald Trump in 2020, was encapsulated this past weekend. Elizabeth Warren, who on Saturday delivered populist fire in her formal announcement speech, represented the view that fierce ideological conviction can carry the day in the general election. The next day, Amy Klobuchar touted her Midwestern roots as she personified the belief that a candidate from the middle—both politically and geographically—would be the most electable nominee. And both candidates had their rollouts somewhat clouded by scandalous accusations—Warren’s past identification as an “American Indian” and allegations that Klobuchar is an abusive boss—that raised questions about their “electability.”Story Continued Below Democrats say they care more about winning in 2020 than anything else. In a Monmouth University poll, when asked to choose … [Read more...] about How to Choose the Most Electable Democrat in 2020
The San Francisco office of California’s Department of Justice occupies a 14-story tower amid what might be the most formidable density of high-tech money and power in the world. The top floor looks across to Twitter’s headquarters, just five blocks away; Facebook is 30 miles down the peninsula in Silicon Valley; and Google not far beyond that. On the afternoon of February 4, 2015, executives from those companies, as well as Microsoft and other online giants, filed through the building’s doors and into a distinctly unglamorous, windowless below-ground room. They sat in rows. The companies there had made hundreds of billions of dollars collectively during the freewheeling internet boom of the aughts and 2010s, and they weren’t accustomed to being summoned by local law enforcement. If anything, politicians were usually eager to catch a bit of their reflected glamour. President Barack Obama had dined with high-tech CEOs and invited industry leaders to the White … [Read more...] about Kamala Harris’ Crusade Against ‘Revenge Porn’
You might have missed it, but the Democratic presidential primary has already suffered its first casualty. The presidential candidacy of Richard Ojeda, the obstreperous West Virginia populist who lost his 2018 House race, ended on January 25. He had launched his campaign on November 11. Ojeda’s fast fizzle is proof that a presidential primary is one endeavor in which 80 percent of success isn’t just showing up. That’s especially true in a race like the 2020 Democratic primary. Not only do we anticipate a field of well over a dozen candidates, but many of them are not household names. Story Continued Below And because of early voting and changes to the still-unsettled primary calendar, candidates can’t just camp out on the cheap in bucolic Iowa throughout 2019, shaking the most hands and hoping for a late break. Well before the first Iowa caucus-goer stands in a high school gymnasium corner, candidates will need enough coin to bankroll an ad campaign in … [Read more...] about How Kamala Harris Won the Rollout Primary