The Democratic primary field is becoming less diverse over time. Will having a top tier of white candidates hurt the party's chances of unseating Donald Trump?
Former housing secretary and San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro dropped out of the Democratic race for president Thursday and spiritualist author Marianne Williamson laid off her entire campaign staff amid rumors she was close to ending her campaign.
Businessman Andrew Yang cast skepticism on the recent massive ad buys by billionaire Democratic rivals Michael Bloomberg and Tom Steyer Thursday morning.
At the Democratic debate in Houston, Julián Castro suggested, in effect, that Joe Biden is old — too old, perhaps, to beat Donald Trump.
“There is a special bond between people and animals,” says Julián Castro, the only presidential candidate with a specific plan addressing animal rights.
Presidential campaigns usually ignore Native Americans and their unique position and struggles. However, the 2020 race might be different.
Joe Biden and former HUD Secretary Julián Castro clashed on the issue of illegal border crossings at Wednesday night's primary debate.
Three candidates who had been polling in the single digits and getting limited media attention came out of the debate with rave reviews, newfound swagger, and momentum.
Julián Castro, former San Antonio mayor and U.S. secretary of housing and urban development in the Obama administration, was unusually open about his political ambitions in an interview with Yahoo Finance.
“It may be a campaign tactic, but older workers, be forewarned. Ageism runs deep in our culture.”
“Genuine concerns about the capacities of people who want the world’s most powerful job mingle bizarrely with insults.”
“Joe Biden and Donald Trump are both old. But the media should not be making mental illness a campaign issue, on either side.”
“The Trump campaign is now betting his reelection’s already slim chances on Biden proving Trump’s diagnosis is right.”
“The nightmare scenario for Democrats is that, at a pivotal moment, Biden will struggle to put together a coherent thought.”