Primary Colours

A new regular segment looking at the stories which are shaping the Democraric Presidential Primary.

by News Reporter on 5 May 2019 23:50


The U.S. Democratic Party’s primary process is set to be the political reality tv event, until the end of the year. Throughout the campaign we will be producing a regular  round-up of those stories, which illustrate the occasional absurdities of life on the campaign train and also those stories that are going to have the largest impact on the campaigns:-


The Washington Examiner – Biden mixes up British PM Theresa May with Margaret Thatcher, who left office in 1990

The New York Times – Biden Faces Conflict of Interest Questions That Are Being Promoted by Trump and Allies

The Washington Post – Inside Bernie Sanders’s 1988 10-day ‘honeymoon’ in the Soviet Union

The Hill – Kamala Harris celebrates historic win of three African American pageant contestants

CBS News – Here’s who Newt Gingrich thinks will win Democratic presidential race

FiveThirtyEight – How Cable News and the Polls Reacted to 2020 Campaign Announcements

The Guardian – Cory Booker: Workers are creating massive wealth. Why are corporations hoarding it all?

Des Moines Register – Democratic candidates should listen to majority opinion on late-term abortions

The Atlantic – Ron Brownstein: The Democratic Debate Over Winning Back Trump’s Base

The New Yorker – The Coming Of Age Tale That Inspired Mayor Pete to Learn Norwegian


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