Cory Booker Interviews
Cory Booker speaking with the media at the 2019 California Dem. Party State Convention.By: Gage Skidmore
Oct 16 2019
Cory Booker sat down with the cast of Morning Joe to discuss why he thinks the 2020 Democratic Primary is still wide open and to make his case why he believes that he's the best candidate to take on President Trump in 2020. He also claimed that he is best suited to unite the fractured Democratic Party, insisting that all factions of the party will be able to line up behind him if he were the candidate.
Cory Booker spoke with Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski on "Morning Joe" the morning after the 4th Democratic Debate to discuss his debate performance and where he sees the race just over three months from the start of the 2020 primary season. Booker insisted he intends to be a "unifying force" for the United States and expressed his desire to heal the country after the Trump Presidency. He also discussed his plans for healthcare and women's rights issues.
Cory Booker appeared on Morning Joe to make a direct appeal to supporters for campaign contributions, admitting that he will not be able to continue his run if he doesn't get an additional $2 million in contributions by the end of September. Booker lamented that he had to go on television to make the appeal, but said that's the only way he feels he could remain competitive in this race.
Cory Booker sat down with Chris Hayes of "All In" to discuss his recently unveiled climate change plan and the scourge of mass shootings permeating throughout the country. Booker warned that hurricanes, as well as other weather events, are and will continue to become more and more powerful and demanded that something be done before it is too late. He also lamented the seemingly daily mass shootings that are happening throughout the entire country, saying that it's a disgrace nothing is being done about them at the national level.
2020 candidate, Senator. Cory Booker, joined Morning Joe the morning after the second day of the second Democratic debate. He gave his take on his debate performance, as well as touched on criminal justice reform. He also talked about his popularity among African-American voters.
Senator Cory Booker sat down for an interview with MSNBC's Chris Hayes where the two discussed Attorney General William Barr's decision to personally intervene and overrule career prosecutors at the Department of Justice who wanted to charge the New York City police officer who choked Eric Garner to death back in 2014. Booker was outraged at Mr. Barr's decision to personally intervene and asked his Republican colleagues in the Senate to demand Barr's testimony on the matter.
Senator Cory Booker was interviewed by Chuck Todd of Meet the Press, days after participating in the first Democratic Presidential debate. Sen. Booker used the interview to criticize Joe Biden over his history of working with southern segregationists during his time in the United States Senate.
Senator and 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate, Cory Booker talked with Chris Matthews from the spin room following the Democratic Debate. He stressed on the need for gun control, and said that a majority of U.S. citizens agreed on common sense gun control, and that there was a way to initiate gun control without taking them away.
2020 presidential hopeful, Senator Cory Booker opened up to Ellen about his relationship with Rosario Dawson, and if he's successful in his run for president, the possibility of having a wedding in the White House. He also talked about having a female running mate.
Former Newark, NJ Mayor, Senator Cory Booker was interviewed by MSNBC host Donny Deutsch, on Saturday Night Politics. The host said that he was known for his charisma, but asked if he thought charisma overshadows policy. In his own words, he said it was by using charisma and creativity that it brought national attention to Newark, NJ, and it's issues. The interview also covered guns and Booker's 14 point bill.
Senator Cory Booker sat down for an interview with Late Show host Stephen Colbert where he discussed his candidacy for President and his desire to bring some civility back into the political discourse. He was the mayor of Newark, NJ before being elected to the Senate in a special election in 2013 and then for a full term in 2014. He is the first black Senator from New Jersey.
2020 presidential hopeful, Senator Cory Booker sat down with Rachel Maddow to discuss his campaign. Maddow asked him whether he would commit to having a woman as his running mate if he won the Democratic nomination. He said that "we should have gender diversity on a presidential ticket." He also said that it's not just about beating Trump, and that it has to be "about what we're for."
New Jersey Senator, Cory Booker shared with The View why he decided to run for president in the 2020 Presidential election. He said "I'm running to restore our sense of common purpose." He was asked how he felt about running against two of his best friends. He there will be some sibling rivalry, but at the end of the day, they were family.