Tulsi Gabbard

The Fox News host flunked what The Daily Beast called "basic civics" while speaking with the former Democratic presidential candidate.
The Hawaii Democrat is pushing a bill to bar schools from receiving federal funding if they allow transgender girls to compete in women’s sports.
The Hawaii Democrat has drafted a bill to bar schools from receiving federal funds if they allow transgender girls and women to compete in women's sports.
The congresswoman from Hawaii has offered her “full support” to the former vice president.
“It's going to be a landslide,” one said Monday while waiting to hear Trump speak to an adoring throng in New Hampshire.
A poor showing on Tuesday could force some candidates to rethink their campaigns.
The 2016 Democratic nominee is accused of spreading lies about Gabbard to harm her 2020 presidential campaign.
The 2020 candidate, who voted "present" on the articles against Trump, said impeaching him will boost his chance of reelection.
Abercrombie, a Democrat who also served nine terms in the House, said Gabbard has proved incapable of juggling her congressional duties and her bid for president.
Lawmakers leaned on the Founding Father to defend their impeachment votes — whatever they were.
The congresswoman from Hawaii, a 2020 presidential hopeful, was among a handful of House Democrats who did not vote to impeach Trump.
The presidential candidate threatened to skip the October debate before reversing course and showing up.
Will Ferrell's Tom Steyer, meanwhile, is running because "it's fun and it gets me out of the house."
Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg both heavily criticized the Hawaii congresswoman during the Democratic primary debate.
The Democratic presidential contender's lawyers demanded that Clinton issue a retraction for calling an unnamed candidate "the favorite of the Russians."
"That is extremely offensive to me and to every woman of color,” the Hawaii representative and presidential hopeful said on the talk show.
A new campaign email from the Hawaii representative dovetails with her past conspiracy theories and fear-mongering.
The Hawaii congresswoman criticized the House's impeachment investigation of President Donald Trump as "very partisan."
The congresswoman from Hawaii has gotten renewed attention lately after a heated argument with former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee appeared to suggest Russia was aiding Gabbard's campaign.