NEWARK, N.J. — Cory Booker delivered a message of “love” and unity at his campaign’s “hometown kickoff” on Saturday, but the New Jersey senator’s speech was interrupted by pro-Palestinian activists shouting “Justice for Palestine.”
“Through Her Eyes” is a weekly half-hour show hosted by human rights activist Zainab Salbi that explores contemporary issues from a female perspective. Queen Latifah has a straightforward message on racism: “We’re America. “People need to be educated, because they need to understand that we have all contributed to the success of the United States of America.
Former 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton suggested a 2013 Supreme Court decision may have cost her the White House.
“I’m less concerned about how you label him than I am about protecting people that he’s hurting and protecting against his racist and harmful policies,” Booker said.
In an interview with Yahoo News’ Hunter Walker, Cory Booker says he’s ‘less concerned’ with calling Trump a racist than with focusing on his ‘racist policies’.
Within seven hours after launching his White House bid, Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey ran straight into many of the main questions surrounding his candidacy.
Reminder: There are 369 days until the Iowa caucuses, and 640 days until the 2020 presidential election.
The former vice president says he is the “most qualified person in the country to be president” and will make a decision on a 2020 bid within the next two months.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is not ruling out another run for the president in 2020. In an interview with New York magazine, the 77-year-old laid out his thinking on whether he would once again attempt to win the Democratic nomination.