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Odd Man Out: How the Independent Justin Amash Could Shake Up the 2020 Presidential Election

17.07.2019 9:28

Washington circles are abuzz with the suggestion that Justin Amash, the ex-Republican congressman from Michigan, may mount a third-party presidential campaign in 2020. In the few days since leaving the GOP, he’s talked about “room for a third party” and refused to rule out running for president. But sources close to Amash and the Libertarian Party deny that a presidential run is in the works—although the door is still open. For the time being, the Libertarian-leaning representative is looking to build a fiscally conservative, pro-restraint coalition across party lines.Michigan representative Justin Amash has made waves in recent weeks with his challenges to the Republican establishment. He first suggested that President Donald Trump should be impeached, then he contested the president’s authority to attack Iran without congressional approval, and finally left the party.Amash seemed to send mixed signals about his next move, telling CNN that he’s planning to run for re-election to the House of Representatives, but confirming that he still “wouldn’t rule anything like [a Libertarian presidential run] out.”

Democratic fundraising tool raises big money from small donors

17.07.2019 9:03

"These numbers show that there is incredible energy among the grassroots already, and we're still more than a year out from Election Day"


How Trump is trying to “fill the vacuum” left by Hillary Clinton ahead of the 2020 election

17.07.2019 8:07

CBS News' Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the battle between Trump and the four Democratic congresswomen known as "The Squad." Garrett argues that Trump's tweets could be an attempt to force the Democratic party to rally around The Squad, so that he can more easily characterize it as radical.


A top intel official on preparing for 2020 election threats

17.07.2019 7:18

On "Intelligence Matters" this week, Sue Gordon, principal deputy DNI director, talks with Michael Morell about how the U.S. is preparing for disinformation threats to the 2020 elections

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What is bias in AI really, and why can’t AI neutralize it?

17.07.2019 7:00

Selection algorithms everywhere are exhibiting traits that appear to be racist, sexist, and otherwise discriminatory. Have neural networks already developed their own neuropathy? Or are people somehow the problem?


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