Joe Biden will campaign from home, while President Donald Trump is still planning to travel, despite warnings to shelter in place.
The revolving door takes a spin.
Of course, as Trump's poll numbers crater and new sexual assault allegations emerge, he may yet end his state of quantum superposition and quit the race in a fit of sour grapes.
"I mean, he meets the clinical definition,” he said.
His prediction requires her to win in states where there isn't much polling data yet.
Democrats should not underestimate Donald Trump, David Plouffe warned Tuesday night.
I returned home to Los Angeles exactly six years ago this month to prepare for a February exploratory trip to Washington, DC, New York and then a week in New Hampshire to "test the waters" for a possible run.
I returned from Seattle not that long ago where there was a great deal of buzz over an impending vote at the city council. Legislation had been introduced that would allow Uber and other ridesharing drivers a quasi-right to form a union, if they so chose.
If Plouffe's move is a canary in a generational cage, it could be that the Millennials will be far harder for our conventional business and political structures to handle than anyone has fully realized.
Now that they’re not working at the White House, some of the biggest names from the Obama campaigns — Plouffe, Messina, Gibbs