Yes, Democratic Party honchos are bumbling bureaucrats; they also don’t want Bernie Sanders to be the nominee.
The Iowa caucus fiasco just re-ignited the defining narrative of the Democratic Party.
"I don’t think it’s possible to salvage it."
The Iowa caucus showed a Democratic establishment in thrall to the worst kind of techno-optimism, fixated on fancy technological solutions to problems that don’t exist.
It's not that complicated.
That's opening up some scars from 2016.
EXCLUSIVE POLL: More Than 50 Percent of African-Americans Are 'Very Concerned About Paying for Basic Necessities
VICE News will ask nine of the Democratic 2020 candidates how they'll address the issues of black and Hispanic voters at the 2020 Iowa Brown & Black Forum on the 20th of January.
Listen to Episode 8 of "Uncommitted: Iowa 2020" to hear how Democratic candidates are talking about gun control in a way they never have before.
With polls showing a near dead heat between Bernie, Biden, Warren and Buttigieg, the knives are out.
Sanders leads the way with 20 percent support of likely Iowa Democratic caucus-goers.
Tom Miller is Iowa's attorney general. He's also an adviser to JUUL, even as the company faces controversy and lawsuits.