Elizabeth Warren has a plan for that. And that. And that as well. On Wednesday, the Massachusetts senator unveiled the 12th major policy proposal of her presidential run, a $100bn plan to combat the opioid crisis.
Warren’s reputation as the ideas generator has gained widespread attention. But she is not the only candidate for the Democratic nomination who has white papers to flaunt.
In the last few days, Bernie Sanders has rolled out a package of proposals to “rebuild rural America” and released legislation to cap credit card interest rates at 15%. Kamala Harris has come out with a bill to financially assist public defenders. Cory Booker has proposed sweeping reforms to the nation’s gun laws. Kirsten Gillibrand has vowed to only nominate supreme court justices who would uphold Roe v Wade. Amy Klobuchar has laid out a $100bn plan to combat drug and alcohol addiction and improve mental healthcare. Continue reading Elizabeth Warren leads the Democratic ‘ideas primary’
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Joe Biden has opened up a 32-point lead over his nearest rival for the Democrat nomination for the presidency in 2020, according to a new poll.
Since entering the race to take on Donald Trump in April, the former vice president has set a new record for fundraising in the first 24-hours of a campaign – $6.3m (£4.8m) – and pushed his way to the top of most polls.
Mr Biden beat the fundraising record of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who sits in second place in the The Hill-HarrisX poll with 14 per cent of respondents to Mr Biden’s 46 per cent. The poll, which was taken over the weekend and involved 440 voters is the latest in a trend of polls that has shown Mr Biden increasing his lead over his rivals. Continue reading Biden opens up colossal lead over Sanders in latest Democrat 2020 election poll
New Donald Trump Tax controversy//Crimson Tazvinzwa
Donald Trump’s businesses lost a total of more than $1 billion from 1985 to 1994, according to the New York Times, which said it obtained printouts from Trump’s official Internal Revenue Service tax transcripts.
The newspaper said Mr Trump posted losses in excess of $250 million in both 1990 and 1991, which appeared to be more than double any other individual US taxpayer in an annual IRS sampling of high-income earners.
Continue reading Trump tax returns from 1985 to 1994 show $1 billion in losses, according to NY Times
U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have addressed a wide range of topics in a telephone conversation on May 3 — their first contact since the G20 summit in Argentina last year.
The topics included nuclear arms control, Venezuela, Ukraine, North Korea, and Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on his investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.
Trump, speaking to reporters as he met in the Oval Office with Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini, said, “We’re talking about a nuclear agreement where we make less and they make less and maybe where we get rid of some of the tremendous firepower that we have right now.”
Trump said China during trade talks had “felt very strongly” about joining the United States and Russia in limiting nuclear arms. Continue reading Trump and Putin discussed the Nuclear Accord, Venezuela and The Mueller Report, The President who did not talk to Mueller about Putin talks to Putin about Mueller