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Fox PoliticsDec 14, 2019
Trump supporter grabs spotlight at Sanders rally with a message for the president
A protestor took center-stage at an Iowa campaign rally for 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Saturday, when he stood up and delivered a message to President Trump. 

Fox PoliticsDec 14, 2019
Buttigieg releases list of campaign fundraisers after criticism from Warren
Presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg's campaign on Friday released a list of people who have raised $25,000 or more for his campaign, amid continued scrutiny from his Democratic primary rivals.

U.S. presidential candidate Buttigieg releases list of major fundraisers (Reuters Politics)

Washington Post PoliticsDec 14, 2019
Mike Bloomberg's spending spree: $8 billion in philanthropy and tens of millions to political causes
On top of donations to groups influential in Democratic primaries, the billionaire presidential candidate has committed nearly a quarter of a billion dollars to his new political project in the last month alone.

‘Mayors for Mike': How Bloomberg's Money Built a 2020 Political Network (New York Times Politics)

CNN PoliticsDec 13, 2019
DNC announces seven candidates qualified for next week's debate stage
The Democratic National Committee announced Friday that seven candidates have qualified to participate in next week's presidential primary debate.

Democracy NowNov 21, 2019
2020 Candidates' Focus on Inequality Shows "Shift in the Conversation" Within Democratic Party
Ten Democratic candidates took the stage Wednesday for the party's fifth presidential debate, held in Atlanta, Georgia, and co-hosted by MSNBC and The Washington Post. One of the most memorable moments of the night was a disagreement between Senators Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker over Elizabeth Warren's proposed tax on the wealthiest Americans. Her proposed wealth tax would kick in on assets of $50 million and higher. Both candidates agreed that inequality is a major issue in the U.S., but Booker said wealth taxes in other countries have not been effective and that there are better ways to raise revenue. The issue of economic inequality was a major theme throughout the debate. We speak with Gabriel Zucman, professor of economics at UC Berkeley. He is co-author of the new book, "The Triumph of Injustice: How the Rich Dodge Taxes and How to Make Them Pay."
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