New York Campaign Events | Speeches, Interviews, Town Halls
2018 Women's March in New York City. 6th Avenue between 49th-50th Streets.By: Rhododendrites
Donald Trump delivered an address at New York City's Veterans Day Parade where he paid tribute to veterans of the armed forces and thanked them for their sacrifice. Trump said "veterans risked everything for us, now it is our duty to serve and protect them." Trump is the first sitting President to have ever spoken at the parade.
Kamala Harris sat down with a panel on Morning Joe to discuss the impeachment investigation into Donald Trump and where she thinks it stands over a month into it. Harris also discussed her Presidential campaign and why she has decided to focus much of her attention on the critical state of Iowa.
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.
Andrew Yang sat down with CNN's Don Lemon to discuss the House of Representatives impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump. Yang expressed his support for the impeachment hearings, but worried that it can distract us from important issues and may wind up helping Donald Trump if the Senate doesn't convict Trump and remove him from office, which required a 2/3 majority in the chamber.
Bernie Sanders held his biggest campaign rally to date in at Queensbridge Park in Long Island City, New York, which was also his first campaign rally since suffering a heart attack a month earlier. Bernie was joined by Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who used the occasion to officially endorse Sanders for President. Bernie touched on the major themes of his campaign, which are free public college, reforming the criminal justice system, addressing global climate change, and his Medicare-for-all proposal.
Bernie Sanders sat down with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show shortly after House Democrats formally opened an impeachment investigation into Donald Trump. The two discussed the explosive development and Sanders reminded the host and the audience that he's been calling for Trump to be impeached for months because he's "the most corrupt president of the modern era." Sanders also said the investigation must "move quickly" so Trump doesn't have a chance to create his own narrative of the investigation.