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Bernie Sanders raises $6 million in first 24 hours

Newly announced Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders has raised $6 million since his campaign launched Tuesday morning, and $5.9 million in the first 24 hours, Sanders' campaign tells CBS News' Jenna Gibson.

CBS NEWS

Sanders hauls in $6 million during first 24 hours as a 2020 candidate

Sen. Bernie Sanders has raised nearly $6 million since launching his 2020 bid for the White House -- a day ago. The independent senator from Vermont’s presidential campaign announced Wednesday morning that they received an eye-popping $5.9 million in contributions in the 24 hours since 7 a.m. Tuesda

FOX NEWS

Bernie Sanders to pledge he plans to run as a Democrat

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) plans to sign a pledge saying he will run as a Democrat in his bid for the presidency in 2020 and govern as one if elected, campaign adviser Jeff Weaver told CNN.

THE HILL

Netroots make it rain for Bernie: $6M in one day

**Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.**. On the roster: Netroots make it rain for Bernie: $6M in one day - I’ll Tell You What: Off topic - Trump campaign’s new look is corporate, complex - Bombshell testimony in N.C. House race inquest - ‘What can you do?’ NETROOTS M

FOX NEWS

Knowles At 'Fox': Bernie 2020 Is Going Nowhere

Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders raised nearly $6 million in just 24 hours after announcing his 2020 bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, dazzling the chattering class. Don’t be fooled by the theatrics: Bernie 2020 isn’t going anywhere.

DAILYWIRE.COM

Sanders and Warren give the left a bigger platform -- and a tougher decision than they ever expected

(CNN)Before Sen. Bernie Sanders emerged as the left's alternative to Hillary Clinton in 2015, many of the same activists who eventually helped lift his primary campaign had a different progressive hero in mind: Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

CNN

Are being harassed by a Bernie Bro or a Bernie bot?

Bernie Sanders’ Tuesday morning announcement that he would join the 2020 presidential race means one thing is inevitable: Online will be hell for the foreseeable future. Throughout the 2016 primaries and even through the presidential election, Bernie Bros—a subset of extreme supporters—wreaked terro

THE DAILY DOT

Rosie O’Donell Is NOT Here For Bernie Sanders’ Old White Man-ness

Michael Moore is all kinds of giddy over Bernie Sanders’ 2020 announcement:. BERNIE IS TOO OLD AND TOOO WHIIIITE. Looks like Rosie’s all about Weed-Smoking-Harris. (Kamala’s dad has THOUGHTS on that, by the way.)

CHICKSONRIGHT.COM

Dems Rush To Distance Themselves From Bernie Sanders' 'Socialism'

Now that Bernie Sanders has entered the 2020 Democratic presidential contest, other contenders are rapidly trying to distance themselves from the word "socialism," even if they embraced it just a few short days ago.

DAILYWIRE.COM

It’s Foreign Policy That Distinguishes Bernie This Time

The conventional wisdom is that Bernie Sanders is a victim of his own success. His “populist agenda has helped push the party to the left,” declared The New York Times in its story about his presidential announcement. But in 2020, he may lose “ground to newer faces who have adopted many of his ideas

THE ATLANTIC

Trump campaign fundraising on Bernie Sanders's $6M haul

President Trump ’s reelection campaign sent out a fundraising request on Wednesday citing Sen. Bernie Sanders ’s (I-Vt.) $6 million haul in the first 24 hours after his presidential campaign was announced.

THE HILL

If moderates are absent, 'this will be Bernie Sanders’ party’: Matthew Continetti

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who on Tuesday announced his candidacy for president, will leave a lasting impact win or lose, Matthew Continetti, the editor of the Washington Free Beacon, said.

FOX NEWS

Bernie Sanders slams Howard Schultz for being a billionaire

Newly declared presidential candidate, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, is swinging hard at potential candidate, former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, for simply being a billionaire.

FOXBUSINESS

Klobuchar 2020 is in danger of becoming Sanders 2016

In analyzing the entrance of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) into the 2020 race for the Democratic presidential nomination on Feb. 19, CNN analyst Harry Enten highlighted what I also think is the biggest problem for the 2016 also-ran: African American voters.

WASHINGTON POST

Democrat Party front runner Bernie Sanders says breadlines are “A GOOD THING” in resurfaced video

Sanders has never had a real job in the private sector, he has no background in business, he is economically illiterate, he has no knowledge or understanding on how to create jobs, he was kicked out of a commune for laziness, he embraces some of the worst human rights violators and racists on the pl

GELLERREPORT.COM

Why Senator Bernie Sanders Lost My Support

When Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) entered the presidential race in the spring of 2015, I became a fervent supporter of his campaign almost immediately. I’d never heard of the Vermont senator before, but when I learned of his stance on health care, education, and the minimum wage, I was hooked.

TEEN VOGUE

Sanders on Trump insult: Crazy that president 'is a racist, a sexist, a xenophobe and a fraud'

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) responded to President Trump calling him "Crazy Bernie" Wednesday by flipping the "crazy" tag back on the president. "What’s crazy is that we have a president who is a racist, a sexist, a xenophobe and a fraud," Sanders, who announced his 2020 candidacy Tuesday, tweeted.

THE HILL

Why vote for Sanders when you can have Elizabeth Warren instead?

Senator Bernie Sanders announced his 2020 presidential run on Tuesday, reigniting old divisions within the Democratic party. His candidacy raises questions about the continued viability of the leftist resurgence that was ushered in partially by his influence in the 2018 midterms, and has sparked fig

THE GUARDIAN

Sanders campaign says it has raised $6 million in its first day

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has raised $6 million since kicking off his 2020 presidential bid on Tuesday, his campaign said on Wednesday. Sanders, who announced his second bid for president early Tuesday morning, raised more than $5.9 million in the first 24 hours of his campaign. Soon after the 24-

THE HILL

Independent Bernie Sanders is to sign a pledge affirming he WILL run for president as a Democrat in 2020

Bernie Sanders is back for another White House run and plans to sign a party pledge affirming that he will run for president as a Democrat in 2020 and serve as one if elected. Sanders, who announced his latest bid on Tuesday, will have a fight on his hands in order to stand out in a crowded field of

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