It depicts the Democratic presidential candidate as Melisandre, a character who convinced a man to burn his own daughter alive.
The 2020 Democratic candidate has made controversial comments on physical and mental health care.
While the presidential candidate kept trying to explain "normal human despair," the CNN anchor grilled her about comments related to clinical depression.
Louis-Dreyfus' “Seinfeld” character helped popularize the phrase, and she thinks there's a reason the Democratic candidate used it.
The Democratic 2020 candidate once called clinical depression a "scam."
"Maybe 'no' or 'not at the moment' would have sufficed," one person suggested on Twitter.
The presidential candidate had a "Seinfeld" moment in the middle of the debate.
The 2020 presidential candidate is hoping to be taken more seriously during round two on Tuesday.
The presidential candidate asked "how many public personalities" using medication "have to hang themselves before the FDA does something" about the drugs.
The author and presidential candidate declined with a "Ha ha" while backstage at "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
The Democratic hopeful was left out of the magazine’s photo shoot featuring the female 2020 presidential candidates.
“The framers of the Constitution did not make Vogue magazine the gate keepers of America’s political process," the author argued.
Voters have strong opinions on how candidates performed in the first two Democratic debates.
“Gosh, I wish there was an ‘SNL’ show this week," said the "Saturday Night Live" star.
Whatever it was, we would like some.
The author vowed to defeat Donald Trump with love.
The author and Democratic presidential hopeful had previously likened vaccines to “the abortion debate."