|Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) resigns from the DNC. She formally endorsed Bernie Sanders for president.|
GOP Sundays are sure interesting. Donald Trump is the headliner of the day. On all the networks and CNN, Trump will get a lot of airtime given the GOP debate and Super Tuesday. If Trump sweeps the primary, he will become the presumptive nominee.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) also got some fair time on the air. Of course, the agitators are asking about his failure to secure the Black vote after the South Carolina primary loss. The candidate is telling the junk food media that you shouldn't count him out. He's working to win states that Clinton is struggling in.
Chuck Todd interviews Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI). The conservative leaning lawmaker announced today she's exiting the Democratic National Committee. She thrown her support to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) for the Democratic nomination.
The lawmaker was born in American Samoa, the U.S. territory that has residents fighting for American citizenship. She is the first Hindu woman elected from the state. She is of Indian-American decent and is one of the few active military officers elected to Congress. She is one of the youngest members of the Congress.
Gabbard is feuding with Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), the current chairwoman of the DNC. They are fighting over the debates and the lackluster excitement of the candidates. Gabbard accused Schultz of being in the tank for Hillary Clinton. She says that the debates were lowered and placed on nights that people aren't watching.
I got an opportunity to hear the two struggling presidential candidates from the Republican side complain about how Trump and the junk food media are shutting them down. All on a network that's pretty damn friendly to them.
Chris Wallace interviews Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on his struggling campaign. The two get really into it. Wallace ask the lawmaker about Trump's accusations of him being a liar. Cruz was really pissed when the interview ended. Wallace and Cruz usually had a friendly encounter. But when it came down to hard questions, Cruz will say that it's liberal tactics. Cruz did manage to bring up the White extremists who refuse to support him. The White extremists are throwing their support behind Trump which is showing that the party is inviting dangerous elements into its fold. Not like it hasn't.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) also addressing Trump's attacks on his personality. The Florida lawmaker is now wasting his time going after Trump's personal appearance. He came out with the #NeverTrump hashtag. That hashtag was being swamped by #AlwaysTrump. Rubio went after Trump's horrible tan and his failed business dealings. Rubio even cracked a couple of jokes. It's not working. Trump hit back with splashing water and his makeup to hide the sweat. Also the tag of being a "choke artist" is sticking.