At a campaign rally, Dr. Jill Biden said that Americans are "disgusted" with President Trump's alleged attempt at using Ukrainian resources to discredit her son Hunter, and husband Joe.
"In the end, Democrats more than anything else are looking for someone who can beat Trump," one polling analyst said.
The senior White House counselor to President Donald Trump called former vice president Joe Biden "creepy" and derided the Ukraine-related impeachment case.
Biden on Monday also accused Pete Buttigieg of "stealing" his health plan.
George Conway once again called out his wife, counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway, on Twitter Monday afternoon, this time taking a direct shot at her and her boss, President Donald Trump.
Zelenskiy denied he spoke with Trump from the position of a quid pro quo, saying he didn't want his country to look like "beggars."
"People should just tell the truth: 'This is the wrong black guy; he has to be destroyed,'" Thomas said in an upcoming documentary. "Just say it. Then now we're at least honest with each other."
Wasn't Giuliani "shaking down the Ukrainians for personal profit?" Ana Cabrera asked.
Former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski defended Hunter Biden from criticisms of nepotism by saying that he never used his father's name to get ahead on the advisory board.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg replaced Warren in second place surges?to second after former Vice President Joe Biden.?
Ted Keller and his wife Mary both made donations to Joe Biden's primary campaign in July this year following previous donations to the Republican National Committee.
Conway said the 77-year-old billionaire's late entrance into the 2020 race "means that the Democratic field is underwhelming."
In an appearance on CNN, the Republican congressman stressed that marijuana legalization has a generational divide, rather than a partisan one.
"I've seen things written like he's gonna throw me under the bus," the president's attorney said during an appearance on 'America's Newsroom' Saturday. "When they say that, I say, 'He isn't, but I have insurance.'"
In an interview with Don Lemon on CNN, former vice president Joe Biden said he was "disappointed" in his colleague Lindsey Graham, called President Donald Trump "corrupt" and said he was in great health and could fulfill the demands of the office of president.
The Republican senator for South Carolina sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo asking for documents relating to former Vice President Joe Biden and Ukraine.
Health and drug laws continue to make appearances on the debate stages for the Democratic candidates. Here's a roundup of their statements with fact-checks on the costs of health care, drug laws, Roe v. Wade and more.
David Holmes will testify in Thursday's impeachment hearings. He overheard a conversation between Trump and Gordon Sondland where the president sought to confirm investigations into the Bidens.
The former vice president has failed to impress in the debates thus far, with a former Obama-aide commenting that Biden "kind of bumps along."
Cory Booker mocked former Vice President Joe Biden for his resistance to decriminalizing marijuana by saying, "I thought you might have been high when you said it."
Biden and Warren still lead the polls but since the last debate but since the fourth debate, Buttigieg has emerged as the rising candidate.
"Was there a 'quid pro quo?' The answer is yes," Sondland said Wednesday. He also testified that "we followed the president's orders."
"Game over. Send Trump home," Richard W. Painter tweeted as Ambassador Sondland testified on Wednesday.
"I have known Vice President Biden for 24 years. He is an honorable man and I hold him in the highest regard," Volker told the House panel.
"This is the country I have served and defended, that all of my brothers have served and here, right matters," the lieutenant colonel told the House Intelligence Committee.
A spokesperson for Buttigieg told Newsweek that the Democratic candidate made clear in his remarks that "he 'comes from a very different perspective' and doesn't share anything close to the view of the Tea Party."
Rep. Pramila Jayapal criticized former Vice President Joe Biden's weekend statements on marijuana, saying "Prohibition is a gateway to racist policing practices and mass incarceration, though."
On November 18th's "American Newsroom", Katie Pavlich said that Joe Biden "certainly did something illegal" when he argued for the firing of Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin. But the position was a popular one in Washington.