John Kerry has responded to allegations he could be considering a 2020 presidential run, calling the rumors “f**king false” in a since-deleted tweet.

The former Secretary of State was reportedly overheard on a phone call on Sunday at a hotel in Des Moines, Iowa, detailing the steps necessary to launch a last-minute campaign.

“As I told the reporter, I am absolutely not running for President,” Kerry wrote on Twitter. “Any report otherwise is categorically false. I’ve been proud to campaign with my good friend Joe Biden, who is going to win the nomination, beat Trump, and make an outstanding president.”

A prior version of the tweet was quickly deleted and edited for coarse language before being reposted, but not before many users grabbed screenshots of the original statement, which read, in part, “Any report otherwise is fucking (or categorically) false.”

NBC News ignited a firestorm on Sunday after reporting Kerry had been heard running through a hypothetical scenario in which he intervened in the 2020 Democrat primaries to thwart “the possibility of Bernie Sanders taking down the Democratic Party — down whole.”

“Sitting in the lobby restaurant of the Renaissance Savery hotel, Kerry was overheard by an NBC News analyst saying ‘maybe I’m f—ing deluding myself here’ and explaining that to run, he’d have to step down from the board of Bank of America and give up his ability to make paid speeches,” NBC reported. “Kerry said donors like venture capitalist Doug Hickey would have to ‘raise a couple of million,’ adding that such donors ‘now have the reality of Bernie.'”

When NBC asked Kerry for clarification later in the day, he said, “This is a complete and total misinterpretation based on overhearing only one side of a phone conversation.”

“A friend who watches too much cable called me wondering whether I’d ever jump into the race late in the game if Democrats were choosing an unelectable nominee. I listed all the reasons I could not possibly do that and would not — and will not under any circumstances — do that.”



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Democrat presidential candidate Deval Patrick canceled one of his first campaign events after only two people showed up, according to reports.

As the newest face in a crowded race, Patrick did not qualify to join his competitors at Wednesday’s Democratic primary debate in Atlanta.

Instead, the former governor of Massachusetts and Bain Capital exec scheduled an appearance at Morehouse College, a historically black men’s college, also in Atlanta.

However, when Patrick arrived on campus and learned only two students were waiting to hear him speak, he canceled.

“The campaign is telling us that they had to catch a flight,” event organizer Julian Hemmings told Boston.com

“Governor Deval Patrick was supposed to have an event at Morehouse College tonight,” CNN reporter Annie Grayer tweeted, along with a photo of a roomful of empty chairs. “An organizer with the college who planned the event told CNN that Patrick canceled the event when he arrived and learned that he would not have an audience. (Note, two people came, not pictured)”

Interestingly, the two students who did eventually turn up reportedly said they were passing by in the hallway when organizers asked them to come in.

“This was the Deval Patrick event at Morehouse College right around the time we were told he was 2 minutes away,” tweeted ABC News campaign reporter Cheyenne Haslett. “It was a very empty room. A few minutes later, after the students notified the campaign that there were only a few students there, he canceled.”

Another Patrick campaign stop days earlier drew just a handful of attendees.

“The, er, crowd for Deval Patrick tonight,” tweeted New York Times reporter Jennifer Medina on Sunday.

Patrick officially launched his campaign on Nov. 14.



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Former South Carolina congressman Mark Sanford kicked off his 2020 Republican presidential campaign with a news conference in Philadelphia attended by just one supporter – a Democrat who says he will not be switching parties to cast a vote for the long shot candidate.

One reporter and two photographers were the only people in attendance at the start of Sanford’s campaign launch this week, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

“The bell in the Independence Hall tower rang at 9 a.m., and Mark Sanford took a deep breath. He grabbed a giant check for ‘one trillion dollars,’ stood next to a tiny wooden lectern, and asked me if I was ready for him to kick off a news conference announcing his bid to challenge President Donald Trump in the 2020 Republican primary,” wrote Inquirer reporter Anna Orso. “It didn’t really feel like a news conference. I was the only reporter there.”

“No other local TV station showed up to the kickoff spot, even though Fox 29′s studio is a block away. CBS3 and NBC10′s studios were within two miles of Sanford’s news conference.”

Eventually, a man whose daughter had studied under Sanford at the University of Chicago turned up to show his support for Sanford.

“Quinn, a 63-year-old retired lawyer from Center City, is a Democrat, too, and said that while he supports Sanford’s bid and believes what he’s doing is important, he has no plans to switch party registrations and vote in the GOP primary,” the Inquirer reports.

Sanford, who also served as governor of South Carolina, joined former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld and ex-Illinois Congressman Joe Walsh in the field of challengers to President Donald Trump for the 2020 Republican nomination.

Sanford’s legacy includes major controversy stemming from an extramarital affair he had while governor, for which he nearly faced impeachment due to ethics violations committed as part of the tryst.

“Mark Sanford has been very unhelpful to me in my campaign to MAGA,” President Trump tweeted in 2018 when Sanford was seeking reelection to Congress. “He is MIA and nothing but trouble. He is better off in Argentina. I fully endorse Katie Arrington for Congress in SC, a state I love. She is tough on crime and will continue our fight to lower taxes. VOTE Katie!”

 

“He took a gun and shot me in the head,” Sanford told the Inquirer. “And that’s the end of that.”



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Michelle Obama would lead all Democrats vying for the White House in 2020 if she entered the presidential election race, according to respondents of a new Franklin Pierce University – Boston Herald survey.

Democrat voters in New Hampshire were asked who they would support in February’s key primary election.

When selecting from the field of declared candidates, respondents gave nearly equal support to Elizabeth Warren (25%), Joe Biden (24%), and Bernie Sanders (22%).

Sanders lost considerable ground since September, when he garnered 30% support in the same poll.

However, when presented with hypothetical candidates, voters indicated they would prefer another contender altogether.

“The poll included questions speculating what would happen if other Democrats were to enter
the race, including Former First Lady, Michelle Obama and Disney CEO, Bob Iger,” senior research fellow R. Kelly Myers explains in the poll memorandum. “Iger remains largely unknown among Democratic voters and only 4 percent indicated that they would vote for him if he were to enter the race.”

“But if Michelle Obama were to enter the race, it would change things dramatically. Twenty-six percent of Democrats would vote for her, making her the new front-runner. Under this scenario, Obama (26%) would lead Warren (20%), Biden (20%)and Sanders (15%). She would take away 4-points from Warren, 4-points from Biden and 7-points from Sanders.”

The former first lady has repeatedly stated there is “zero chance” she would run for president in 2020.

“There are so many ways to improve this country and build a better world, and I keep doing plenty of them, from working with young people to helping families lead healthier lives,” Obama told Amtrak’s The National magazine in August. “But sitting behind the desk in the Oval Office will never be one of them. It’s just not for me.”



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U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) has announced contract awards for approximately 65 miles of new border wall construction where no current barrier exists.

Along with the Army Corps of Engineers, CBP says it has granted three separate contracts for projects in the Rio Grande Valley Sector, the busiest sector for illegal immigration and cocaine and marijuana seizures.

Construction will take place in Starr, Hidalgo and Cameron Counties in Texas.

“The border wall system will include an 18-30 foot tall steel bollard wall, all-weather roads, lighting, enforcement cameras, and other related technology to create a complete enforcement zone,” CBP explained in a statement. “Construction is anticipated to begin in early 2020, pending availability of real estate, and will take place in locations where no barriers currently exist.”

The three contracts total nearly $813 million in value and provide funding for border barrier segments of approximately 21, 22, and 22 miles, respectively.

“These projects are not undertaken pursuant to the National Emergency Declaration, 10 U.S.C § 284, 10 U.S.C. § 2808, or any other source of funding available to the Department of Defense,” CBP makes clear in their statement.

“CBP continues to implement President Trump’s Executive Order 13767 – also known as Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements – taking steps to expeditiously plan, design, and construct a physical wall using appropriate materials and technology to most effectively achieve operational control of the southern border.”

In related news, Border Patrol Council Chief Brandon Judd says morale among agents is “looking up greatly,” due to President Trump’s support.

“He supports the agents. He supports border security,” Judd said during in a radio interview in Alabama. “Those are the factors that create a good environment for agents.”

“I mean, you would think that with the attacks that we’ve had by people like AOC calling us ‘Nazis,’ comparing us to a group that killed 6 million Jews, you would think that morale would be in the tank. But when you have a president that has our back and supports our mission, morale is going to go up. This is one of the first years in the last couple that we’ve been able to keep more agents that we’ve lost to attrition.”



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The South Dakota Democratic Party (SDDP) is closing its last two offices in the state amid a stunning financial collapse.

The party will now have no physical presence in the entire state, and operatives will be forced to work remotely.

“The state party is closing its offices in Sioux Falls and Rapid City at the end of September, and party staff will begin working remotely due to the party’s dwindling finances, according to SDDP Chair Paula Hawks,” the Argus Leader reports.

“The party is also canceling a Black Hills fundraising event scheduled for next month. No layoffs related to the party’s financial situation have taken place, Hawks said.”

The party’s cash supply reportedly dwindled to just $3,181 by the end of July, down from $31,267 at the beginning of the month and a meager $88,127 at the start of the year.

Hawks blamed “extreme mismanagement and lack of oversight” for the party’s lack of funds, distancing herself from shouldering blame for the shocking debacle.

“Chairwoman Hawks is doing her best to try to shift the blame for her party’s finances and misreporting to the Federal Elections Commission, but maybe should have spoken to her own leadership team first,” said South Dakota Republican Party Chair Dan Lederman.

The SDDP was found to have grossly misreported its financials to the Federal Elections Commission, indicating that the party “likely violated fundraising regulations,” according to the Argus Leader.

“The office closure announcement comes on the heels of a draft audit by the Federal Elections Commission revealing the party understated disbursements by $2.5 million, receive impermissible contributions totaling nearly $24,000 and failed to disclose debts and obligations to vendors totaling nearly $47,000 during the 2015-16 election cycle.”

Hawks claims she is dedicated to rejuvenating the SDDP and correcting its trajectory moving forward.

“Our current financial situation is really unfortunate and truly very unexpected to me and to Stacey Burnette, our new executive director,” Hawks said. “We both kind of stumbled into this and discovered some things that we didn’t realize were going on so now we’re cleaning it up.”



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A new Republican presidential candidate says he lost his talk show after announcing his 2020 candidacy.

Single-term congressman Joe Walsh asserted his radio program had been canceled on Monday, just prior to an interview on CNN.

“I have a hard time believing that your audience will like the idea that you’re running against the president, so what has the impact been on your radio show?” asked CNN host John Berman.

“Eighty to 90% of my audience supports the president,” Walsh responded. “I just found out that I lost my national radio show, so that’s gone, but I figured that might happen.”

“I don’t know why,” Walsh said when asked if he knew why the show had been canceled. “I just got a notice before I came in the studio.”

“I oppose this president, most of my listeners support the president. It’s not an easy thing to do to be in conservative talk radio and oppose this president. I knew that when I made the announcement yesterday, that it could be in jeopardy.”

CBS reports that Salem Radio Network has indeed dropped Walsh from syndication, however, affiliates can opt to receive his show via a new syndicator “to be selected by Joe Walsh” after 30 days time.

“This announcement does not affect Joe Walsh’s local program airing on AM 560 The Answer in Chicago, however Walsh’s program will have to be removed as soon as he becomes a viable and legal candidate for President,” Salem explained in a statement.

In a tweet issued hours after his official announcement, Walsh echoed boilerplate attacks upon President Trump’s character that have been parroted by leftists and #NeverTrumpers since 2015.

“I’m running against a sexual predator, a serial liar, a malignant narcissist, an obstructer of justice, a psychopath, a betrayer of this nation’s interests, a bigot, an incompetent boob, a failed businessman… and I’m getting attacked for some offensive & inappropriate tweets,” Walsh tweeted in response to questions raised about his own ‘long history of incendiary statements.’

“I think we’re all a little bit racist. We’ve all said racist things,” Walsh told CNN when asked about past ‘racist’ comments. “I’ll bet if you and I went through everybody’s Twitter feed, we’re going to find things that are objectionable and offensive. I think we all have. I know when I look back at some of my Tweets over the years, because I was so outspoken, yeah, I’ve tweeted some racist things. On purpose? No.”



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Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci called President Trump “lost” and said he should be replaced as the GOP’s top candidate in 2020 as the two men continued a heated war of words.

“You are losing your fastball— very weak troll. Bullying is the most anti-American thing in our culture and it is emanating from the Oval Office. Many have called and are willing to work on a necessary replacement. Time to call in a good relief pitcher. POTUS is lost,” Scaramucci wrote in response to a tweet posted by President Trump alleging ‘The Mooch’ has “desperately wanted” another position in the administration.”

Trump and Scaramucci have been engaged in a public feud that escalated during the weekend when the president blasted his former aide over his criticism of Trump’s rhetoric and handling of mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.

“Anthony Scaramucci, who was quickly terminated (11 days) from a position that he was totally incapable of handling, now seems to do nothing but television as the all time expert on ‘President Trump.’ Like many other so-called television experts, he knows very little about me other than the fact that this Administration has probably done more than any other Administration in its first 2 1/2 years of existence,” Trump wrote in his initial salvo. “Anthony, who would do anything to come back in, should remember the only reason he is on TV, and it’s not for being the Mooch!”

Scaramucci responded, claiming, “Eventually he turns on everyone and soon it will be you and then the entire country.”

Scaramucci has now renounced his support of President Trump, telling CNN it may be time to “consider a change at the top of the [2020] ticket.”

“We are now in the early episodes of ‘Chernobyl’ on HBO, where the reactor is melting down and the apparatchiks are trying to figure out whether to cover it up or start the clean-up process,” Scaramucci told Axios. “A couple more weeks like this and ‘country over party’ is going to require the Republicans to replace the top of the ticket in 2020.”



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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) unleashed a fresh attack on fellow 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) by doubling-down on accusations she made during the most recent Democrat debate against the former California attorney general and her dubious record.

Gabbard shared video of a post-debate appearance she made on NBC, slamming Harris for effectively basing her campaign on being a ‘woke’ progressive while ruling with an authoritarian streak during her time in office.

“Kamala’s entire campaign is based on a lie — that as AG of California, she was a fighter for the oppressed and for criminal justice reform,” Gabbard wrote. “But her criminal justice record shows that her policies exemplified the worst aspects of our criminal justice system.”

Gabbard’s assertions echo those which propelled her to national prominence during the second round of Democrat debates last week, when she unleashed a scathing attack on Harris that left the front-running candidate reeling.

“Senator Harris says she’s proud of her record as a prosecutor and that she’ll be a prosecutor president, but I’m deeply concerned about this record,” Gabbard said during the debate.

“There are too many examples to cite, but she put over 1,500 people in jail for marijuana violations and then laughed about it when she was asked if she ever smoked marijuana.”

Following the debate, many leftists began spreading the notion that Gabbard, a U.S. combat veteran, is a Russian operative aiming to take Harris down.



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Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) is expected to be first to drop out of the 2020 presidential race, only to be replaced by fellow Californian, Tom Steyer, according to reports.

Swalwell, who planted his campaign branding firmly upon on a platform of aggressive gun control, will instead focus his efforts on a re-election bid for the House of Representatives, according to the Los Angeles Times.

“Swalwell’s plans were confirmed by a Capitol Hill source with knowledge of his intentions,” the Times reports. “As Swalwell prepared to exit the race, another Californian, Tom Steyer, who had earlier said he would not mount a 2020 presidential run, was planning to announce that he has changed his mind.”

“Swalwell (D-Dublin) has languished for months near the bottom of the polls. The 38-year-old Bay Area congressman had sought to cast himself as the candidate of a younger generation but was eclipsed by Mayor Pete Buttigieg, 37, of South Bend, Ind., and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, 46, of Texas.”

Swalwell recently ignited a firestorm when he insinuated that the U.S. government could deploy nuclear weapons against gun owners who resist his confiscation plans.

Steyer, a billionaire with fanatical interests in the ‘climate change’ agenda and overthrowing the Trump administration via impeachment, is expected to announce his candidacy very soon.

“The billionaire investor Tom Steyer, who in the past decade has been both the top Democratic donor in the country and the prime engine for pushing for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, appears ready to become Democratic candidate No. 26,” the Atlantic reports.

“Last week in San Francisco, Steyer told staffers at two progressive organizations he funds, Need to Impeach and NextGen America, that he is launching a 2020 campaign, and that he plans to make the formal announcement this Tuesday.”

Swalwell’s campaign has effectively failed to gain traction, with the young Democrat hardly registering an impact in the polls.



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