Raking in $86 million in February alone, the Trump 2020 campaign and the Republican Party are literally crushing fundraising records.
The Democratic Party is ignoring the wishes of their constituents, which is precisely how they got themselves into trouble in 2016.
But will this only serve to bolster the "wine cave" fundraiser arguments?
Warren could have a hard time explaining this.
Despite the left's hate of Trump, Republicans are seriously burying the Democrats in fundraising ahead of the 2020 election cycle.
This is no longer politics - it's a sports rivalry on The Beltway.
Buttigieg's signature snark was on full display during his weak defense.
Booker's polling numbers, and his lack of fundraising, seem to indicate that Booker could be on his way out the door.
Just what the Democratic Party needed: Two wealthy, old, white guys arguing about the importance of "grassroots" cash.
The American people are growing too smart to humor the Clintons' shady charade.
The Democratic party's civil war has taken a toll on Joe Biden's fundraising abilities.
If you’re wondering about a huge red wave coming in 2020, donor numbers don’t lie.
Liz Warren wants to redistribute the nation's wealth, after reaping the benefits of the billionaire class for decades.
ActBlue is big-money politics in disguise, and not unlike the "healthy" option at a drive-thru burger joint: A charade.
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