This 3 April 2019 CBS News TV video from the USA says about itself:
Two more women tell The New York Times that former Vice President Joe Biden touched them inappropriately. Washington Post national political correspondent James Hohmann and CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns spoke to CBSN about the impact these accusations could have if Biden enters the 2020 presidential race.
It is no longer: ‘if Biden enters’.
Joe Biden, ex vice president of the USA. has announced today he is campaigning to become the Democratic party’s 2020 presidential election candidate.
From Alternet in the USA:
Conservative McCain family to back Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential bid
The McCain clan will back Biden in a crowded Democratic field, and — if he wins the Democratic nomination — in a race against President Donald Trump. The McCain family has well-documented feud with the president …
Of course, primaries are the exact correct time to criticize candidates, and among Democrats — who are rightly concerned by aspects [of] Biden’s extensive record (from his support for the Iraq War, to his handling of the Anita Hill hearings), it’s unlikely her [Meghan McCain, John McCain’s daughter] family’s backing will move the needle.
Now, about other United States Democratic party candidates.
WARREN: MAKE HOSPITALS PAY Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) called out the problem of the disproportionately high rate of maternal mortality for black women and laid out a plan to address it. “I want to talk to the hospitals … in the language they understand: money,” she said. [HuffPost]
This 25 April 2019 video by Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard says about itself:
Growing up in Hawaii, wanting to take care of our beautiful environment came naturally. I gradually realized that I was most happy when I set aside personal interests to care for our environment or be of service to others.
This 23 April video about yet another candidate says about itself:
Buttigieg EXPOSED As A Centrist
Centrism is often an euphemism for being right-wing pro-Wall Street and pro-war.
This 24 April 2019 video says about itself:
FLORIDA LAWMAKERS AIM TO RESTRICT VOTING ACCESS The Florida House approved a controversial measure requiring people with felony convictions to pay all financial requirements of their sentencing before they can vote again. [HuffPost]