Tag: NPR

Sixth Democratic Debate Recap | NPR Politics

TIM ALBERTA: Senator Warren, you would be the oldest president ever inaugurated. I’d like you to weigh in as well. ELIZABETH WARREN: Uh, I’d also be the youngest woman ever inaugurated. [crowd cheers] ASMA KHALID: Hey, we’re here at NPR’s headquarters. I’m Asma Khalid. I’m covering the 2020 campaign. DANIELLE KURTZLEBEN: And I’m Danielle Kurtzleben, I’m also covering the 2020...

Democrats Have ‘Ceded Too Much Territory’ To Republicans In Local Races | Morning Edition | NPR

So I think we have a scrambled political landscape right now. There are some things that we know are a challenge for Democrats — structural problems. For example, population distribution, oftentimes younger voters, minority voters, Democratic voters, are clustered in urban areas. And on the coasts, sure. And on the coasts, and so as a consequence you’ve got a situation...

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on Trump campaign kickoff, Democratic debates

JUDY WOODRUFF: And now it’s time for Politics Monday. I’m here with Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report and host of public radio’s “Politics With Amy Walter” podcast and “The Takeaway” from WYNC. And in Orlando, Florida, gearing up for President Trump’s rally tomorrow, Tamara Keith of NPR, she also co-hosts the “NPR Politics Podcast.” And hello to both...