After last night's brutal performance by all of the Democratic candidates, Michael Bloomberg admitted what none of the other candidates had the courage to say;
WASHINGTONImploring his supporters to relieve him of his obligations on the campaign trail, former vice president and current presidential candidate Joe Biden reportedly begged his donors Thursday to stop sending him money so he could quit the presidential race. Look, folks, we are at an important crossroads in our bid for the nomination, and Im asking you from the bottom of my heart to please, please stop giving to my campaign so I can just end it already, Biden wrote in an email sent to every individual, corporation, and political action committee that has contributed to his campaign, adding that with their generous help, they could help put him out of his misery at this crucial juncture right before the Nevada caucus. Im going to be honest with you. Were being outpaced in fundraising by the other campaigns, and that is great, because I am very, very tired and ready to admit defeat; so please, whether you have $1 or $100 to spare, dont send either. I know I can count on you to support me as I head back into retirement and try to pretend none of this ever happened. At press time, sources confirmed Biden began openly weeping when he received a $4 million surge in donations.
President Donald Trump hinted Thursday he's eyeing clemency for his former adviser Roger Stone, who was sentenced to 40 months in prison.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) declined Thursday to disavow a new super PAC that was formed this week to help support her presidential bid.
The nonpartisan election forecaster Sabatos Crystal Ball shifted its rating of the Colorado Senate race to leans Democratic from a toss-up on Thursday.
President Trump erupted at acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire in a meeting last week over concerns about Maguire's staff's loyalty, the Washington Post
Former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg donated a total of $463.8 million to his self-funded presidential campaign by the beginning of February, according to a Federal Election
Roger Stone's sentence proves that AG Barr was right and trial prosecutors were wrong - Gregg Jarrett
he prison sentence of more than three years imposed by a federal judge on Trump associate Roger Stone demonstrates that Attorney General William Barr was correct in his assessment that trial prosecutors were seeking an unduly punitive sentence. Stone was found guilty in November by a Washington jury of making false statements, obstruction and witness tampering in a case that arose from former Special Counsel RobertMuellersRussia investigation. The four prosecutors, two of whom worked for Mueller, requested an absurd seven-to-nine-year prison sentence for Stone. Barr determined that this was excessive and suggested that the prosecutors had become so invested in