President Donald Trump reprimanded his top military brass in a 2017 meeting at the Pentagon, calling them a "bunch of dopes and babies" and telling them "you're all losers," according to a forthcoming book by two Washington Post reporters.
They've swapped their houses for hotel rooms, attended 2,000 campaign events (and counting) and routinely spend more time with presidential candidates than they do with their own families. Here's what they can tell us about the 2020 candidates.
Ninety-nine US senators were sworn in Thursday and, with their right hands raised, pledged to do "impartial justice" in the impeachment trial of Donald John Trump. (The 100th, Oklahoma's James Inhofe, was back home dealing with a family medical issue and will be sworn in next week.)