Trump Congratulates 'Crazy Bernie' After Nevada Win The President tweeted a response to the Vermont Senator's successful Nevada caucuses win on Saturday. President Trump, Twitter Trump's tweet was likely referring to the Democratic National Committee (DNC). He has frequently suggested that the DNC would like to prevent Sanders from receiving the Democratic presidential nomination. Sanders supporters echo the suggestion, assuming the DNC would prefer to nominate a candidate that is more centrist. Sanders refers to himself as a democratic socialist. Trump's tweet also jabbed at the other candidates. President Trump, Twitter
Bernie Sanders Wins Nevada Caucuses According to AP, the Vermont Senator won a wide diversity of Nevada county delegates. Sanders has now solidified his lead as the Democrats’ national front-runner. He addressed a crowd of supporters, saying, "when we come together there is nothing we can’t accomplish." Bernie Sanders, via 'The Washington Post' Bernie Sanders, via 'The Washington Post' The Nevada caucuses are the first of the Democratic contests to incorporate a significant minority population. Sanders was able to tap into the large Latino constituency in the state. As Sanders claimed a successful win in Nevada, a second-place candidate remained unclear.
The Senate’s top Democrat is raising questions about the Transportation Security Administration’s use of the China-owned video app TikTok, citing potential national security concerns and a ban by the Department of Homeland Security
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Endorses Wave of Progressive Female Congressional Candidates The congresswoman made the announcement through her Courage to Change political action committee. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, via Twitter Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, via Twitter Ocasio-Cortez named Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez (TX), Teresa Fernandez (NM), Kara Eastman (NE), Georgette Gomez (CA), Marie Newman (IL), Jessica Cisneros (TX) and Samelys Lopez (NY). She released a statement to 'The New York Times' about her endorsement. Ocasio-Cortez, via 'The New York Times' Ocasio-Cortez, via 'The New York Times'