Election

IT BEGINS: Democrats Eye Spring 2019 for First Presidential Debates

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.08.18

Democratic presidential hopefuls eager to take-on the President in 2020 will likely hold their first public debates in the Spring of 2019; setting the stage for a high-stakes showdown between the progressive challenger and Donald Trump.

“The first Democratic presidential debate is still months away, but the sprawling field of prospective contenders is beginning to grasp a crushing reality: Any candidate who fails to make the cut for the first debate stage is likely to see their candidacy implode,” writes Politico.

“By the early spring at the latest you’ll be seeing debates, and I think probably in the first quarter of 2019,” said former senior Obama aide David Axelrod. “I think the sense of urgency among Democrats, and the sense of possibility among potential candidates is such that you’re going to see that.”

Political insiders predict the first round of Democratic debates will mirror the 2016 Republican primaries, with over a dozen potential challengers eager to take-on President Trump.

Read the full story at Politico.

BERNIE’S BACK? Campaign Manager Says Sanders ‘Considering’ Run in 2020

posted by Hannity Staff - 5.29.18

Bernie Sander’s former campaign manager told reporters Tuesday the Vermont Senator is actively considering a run for the White House against Donald Trump in 2020; setting the stage for a high-stakes showdown within the Democratic Party.

According to Yahoo News, former campaign manager Jeff Weaver confirmed the ultra-liberal legislator was weighing another run for the Oval Office, saying “He is considering another run for the presidency.”

“And when the time comes, I think we’ll have an answer to that, but right now, he’s still considering it,” he added.

Weaver’s comments come two years after Senator Sanders was defeated by Hillary Clinton during the 2016 Democratic primary season; with many critics claiming Clinton “rigged” the election away from the Vermont Senator.

“Anybody who follows Bernie Sanders for one day and sees his schedule, and how rigorous it is, and how he drives everybody around him, works them into the ground with the amount of work and energy he has, I think they would understand that his chronological age is just not really a measure of his true age,” Weaver said. “[He] is an extremely energetic and vigorous person, and has more energy, I would say, than people half his age.”

Read the full story here.

BIAS ALERT: NBC ENDORSES Oprah 2020 During Golden Globes

posted by Hannity Staff - 1.08.18

NBC shocked users on social media on Sunday night, openly endorsing Oprah Winfrey for her possible presidential run in 2020 during its broadcast of the Golden Globe Awards; writing “nothing but respect” for the “future president” before being forced to delete the incendiary tweet.

The network posted the surprising message shortly after Winfrey accepted a lifetime achievement award, where she praised the media and told viewers that a “new day is on the horizon.”

“I want all the girls watching here to know that a new day is on the horizon! And when that new day finally dawns, it will be because of a lot of magnificent women,” said Oprah.

A short time later, NBC removed the public posting; saying the tweet was created by a third party hired by the network to cover the Hollywood award ceremony.

“Yesterday a tweet about the Golden Globes and Oprah Winfrey was sent by a third party agency for NBC Entertainment in real time during the broadcast. It is in reference to a joke made during the monologue and not meant to be a political statement. We have since removed the tweet,” posted the network.

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