Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Sunday issued a warning to the Democratic Party to "rally behind" the party's eventual presidential nominee or risk damaging their chances to defeat President Trump.
Tlaib went to Twitter on Saturday and published a statement that offered no apologies, but instead tried to explain her actions by expressing "frustration" and "disappointment" about Clinton's comments. "Nobody likes him, no one would like to work together with himhe has nothing done".
Iowa is traditionally the first state in the primary process and, to a degree, the results of the caucuses hint at whether a candidate's campaign is viable.
Republican strategist Mike Dennehy said: "The division among Democrats is worse than I have ever seen". "And they've not yet shown that they will do that". Senator Sanders is the frontrunner, with a slight lead ahead of his nearest rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.
Citing two unnamed sources with links to the poll, Politico reported that an interviewer at the call center where the survey was based may have cut off a name of the randomized list of candidates after enlarging the font size on their monitor.
Tlaib responded. "You know I cannot be silent". "And we will make certain that the legalized marijuana industry is not controlled by a handful of corporations, but that those people -the African-American community, the Latino community, the Native American community - those people who have suffered the most will get help in order to make money through a legalized marijuana industry".
In 2016, Sanders didn't drop out until the very end of the Democratic primary - though eventually supported and campaigned on behalf of Clinton. This protects me about it, "she said".
Because CNN, the Register and Selzer were unable to determine if it was a one-time occurrence, the partners decided they could not move forward with releasing the poll, the person at CNN said.
"You can be radical and you can be respectful", she said. I wasn't thinking about the election by any means.
Melissa Dunlevy, 34, was a stalwart Sanders supporter and campaign volunteer in 2016, but now plans to support Buttigieg, thinking he could do a better job attracting Republicans and independents needed to beat Trump. "And I would hope that everybody would do so if Bernie is the nominee as well".