We regularly fact check President Donald Trump's rally speeches from start to finish. When Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders cemented himself as the front-runner for the party nomination with his victory in Saturday's Nevada caucuses, we decided to give one of his rally speeches the same treatment.
Is Bernie Sanders "electable"? It's a question that's been troubling many Democrats, who fear that despite his strong showings in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada, the self-described democratic socialist from Vermont would lose to President Trump in November. • • • • • Read more...
Bernie Sanders, the clear front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination after his commanding victory in Nevada on Saturday, often says the principal reason he can beat President Donald Trump in a general election is that he will massively increase voter turnout.
Sanders, who has won the Nevada and New Hampshire primaries and tied in Iowa, made the comments after Donald Trump, who is on a two-day visit to India, on Monday announced that the US will sign defence trade deals worth USD 3 billion with India.
Laura Ingraham examined the aftermath of Democratic presidential frontrunner Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucuses Saturday, saying the Democratic Party created their own monster that they'll now have to address.
Senator Bernie Sanders leads the delegate race after a win in the Nevada caucuses. MSNBC's Ari Melber reports on how Sanders has taken "the widest victory margin of any race thus far" and how people can debate "polls" and rhetoric about the "frontrunner" Read more