The Texas Republican's confusing "radical left" train meme was swiftly derailed.
The senator used his first public political event since March to paint a grim picture of President Trump's threat to U.S. democracy.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez fired back at President Donald Trump after he took a swipe at her education.
The lawmaker said NBC's clarification wasn't enough to correct the "incredible amount of damage and misinformation."
Somehow, their party's convention connected a democratic socialist, a former Republican secretary of state and a feel-good video about John McCain.
In her Democratic convention speech, the congresswoman spoke of the need to “recognize and repair the wounds of racial injustice, colonization, misogyny and homophobia.”
Bernie Sanders 'Nero fiddled as Rome burned, Trump golfs'
The live nature of the DNC meant that viewers were blessed with the sight of Bernie Sanders mugging — and briefly bickering — with his wife, Jane.
Sanders had the most memorable line of the first evening of the Democratic National Convention, judging by applause across social media.
“We need an unprecedented response" to Donald Trump, the senator from Vermont said. "And we need Joe Biden as our next president.”