Some are dropping out or are poised to exit the Democratic presidential hopeful stage. 2 newcomers are in, and rumors of potentially more entering the field persist. One poll suggests that about 1 in 4 Democrats are not satisfied with the expansive set of candidate choices they’ve had so far. Those on the right who think that this means disarray in 2020 are likely overstating their case. But when former President Barack Obama is cautioning the field, and seemingly nudging former Gov. Patrick Duvall (MA-D) to run, that too may say something for those paying attention. On a day with mixed markets, but another Nasdaq record high, a previous of tomorrow night’s Democratic debate in Atlanta will be our featured focus.
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Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business.
- The cost of declining enrollment – The US economy is losing billions of dollars because foreign students aren’t enrolling
- Home Depot isn’t selling as well online as it wanted to
- ‘Shark Tank’s’ Mr. Wonderful is bullish on dividend stocks and tech giants
- DoorDash sued by DC Attorney General over allegedly misusing worker tips
- Politics? VETO! UNO is now ‘nonpartisan’ for the holidays
- Google Stadia is here, but there are still huge issues
- Boeing may need to redesign 7,000 jets after a fatal accident last year
- Boeing recorded its first 737 Max orders since the grounding
- Slack’s stock plunges after Microsoft says Teams has 20 million users
- California won’t buy cars from certain makers because they sided with Trump over emissions
- The new Corvette is named MotorTrend Car of the Year
- So, your Disney+ account was hacked. Here’s what to do
- Gannett CEO: ‘Protecting journalism is the right thing to do’
- Startup raises $51 million to take on retirement industry
- Secretive energy startup backed by Bill Gates achieves solar breakthrough
- Kohl’s makeover isn’t working
- Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks at the Liberty and Justice Celebration on November 1, 2019 in Des Moines, Iowa.
- Opinion: Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax will make income inequality worse, not fix it
- THE WEWORK SCANDAL
- Opinion: WeWork’s saga is a cautionary tale about CEO pay
- WeWork braces for mass layoffs this week
- Former WeWork CEO is getting a massive payout
- The company lost $1.25 billion last quarter
- WeWork almost ran out of money. Now, it’s spending $438 million to renovate a building
- Burger King sued for cooking Impossible Whopper alongside meat
- Nestlé launches vegan alternative to bacon
- Taco Bell now has a vegetarian menu
- McDonald’s starts testing a Beyond Meat burger
- Impossible Burgers debut at the grocery store
Headlines from right-of-center Fox Business.
- Nasdaq snags new high while Home Depot, Boeing dent the Dow
- Wall Street investors take a breather.
- TALE OF TWO RETAILERS: Walmart, Target winning while these stores stumble
- Fed greenlights merger to create monster US bank
- Trump throws down the gauntlet, won’t budge on China’s big demand
- White House goes scorched earth on Democrats in new USMCA push
- Police surround last holdouts at Hong Kong campus as protesters brace for endgame
- $15 minimum wage is destroying businesses and jobs
- You can win a free trip home for Thanksgiving — but there’s a catch
- WATCH LIVE: House impeachment inquiry hearings continue
- WATCH: Broadcasting legend fired for immigration remarks explains himself
- Study makes concerning find about how workers view health insurance
- Officials eye possible E. coli outbreak as several people get sick from salad
- RICH & FAMOUS – Chuck Woolery: Trump diminished Democrats by doing business
- Salaries spiking faster in these towns than in New York City
- Lo makes surprising reveal about how much she raked in from stripper movie
- US urged to require fixes to older Boeing 737s after gruesome death
- NTSB DEMANDS ACTION
- ‘Progressive’ mayor reportedly pays women less than male counterparts
- House passes short-term spending measure to keep government running
- Something for everyone: The best credit cards to use in 2020
- US tech giants answer questions on business practices amid House probe
- 2020 Dems demand NBC clean up ‘toxic culture’ before debate
- This year’s best employers in sports, according to employees
- PG&E prepares to cut power to 303K residents
- Chick-fil-A infuriates conservative customers by caving to LGBTQ protests
- South Korea hands US historic $110 million win in trade talks
- Military dedicates new headquarters for nuclear control unit
- Home Depot earnings disaster throws a wrench in Dow
- Liberal state’s pension revealed as invested in cut throat businesses
- FUMING MAD: California lashes out at Toyota, GM after losing emissions fight to Trump
- Strange bedfellows? Inside Trump’s unexpected friendship with Tim Cook
- KNUCKLE SANDWICH: Popeyes may go beyond firing to foil fast-food fights
- Food influencers, restaurants turn Instagram into recipe for success
- Jeffrey Epstein’s prison guards arrested amid furor over his suicide
- Varney: Democrats in chaos as 2020 election looms
- Mötley Crüe announces 2020 comeback tour
- Toyota worker’s death ruled suicide after boss’ constant ridicule
- Kyle Busch’s ‘Monster’ NASCAR Cup Series winnings
- Truckers fear the spread of California’s gig economy law, saying it could lead to ‘tremendous’ price hikes, jobs dying
- Super Bowl party of the year: Gronk Beach
- Toy industry, safety org fight over which products pose a threat to kids
- Best-of-the-best ‘Jeopardy!’ champs to fight for $1.5M prize in grand finale
- Amazon offers free music streaming service
- Inside Trump and Fed Chair Powell’s intense White House meeting
- Here’s how much it costs to start a business
- The 5 airlines most likely to bump you from your seat
- Unexpected Apple app event announced for December
- South Dakota’s governor defends $449,000 ‘Meth. We’re on it’ ad campaign
- Long-running Navajo Nation coal plant shuts down permanently
- FCC’s new 5G push could mean faster phones, rural broadband and more money for the US
- Uber self-driving car crash: NTSB meeting to focus on cause
- This is the main hold-up keeping Kaepernick out of the NFL right now
- Browns’ Myles Garrett gets support from teammate after brawl: ‘He was protecting himself’
- Juul sued by New York state over deceptive marketing
- Netflix beats back the Disney + charge on Wall Street
- Mazda recalls 117,000 with potentially killer Takata air bag inflators
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Former President Barack Obama has not been silent, but nor has he been actively involved thus far in a highly visible way during the 2020 cycle.
That may be changing.
Tomorrow night is the next Democratic debate, which is taking place in Atlanta. A local CBS affiliate filed this video report.
2020 Democrats campaign in Nevada, as Obama warns them to stay ‘rooted in reality,’ per reports by PBS News Hour.
PBS’ YouTube page said, “Fourteen contenders for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination headed to Nevada this weekend, trying to distinguish themselves in the primary season’s third-voting state. The lineup included former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, a new entrant to the race. But as the candidates jostle for attention, the party’s debate over how best to beat Donald Trump continues.”
The 44th president’s purported promotion of Patrick for 2020, with some talk persisting of former Obama era attorney general Eric Holder and others possibly jumping in, can be construed as a vote of no-confidence in former Vice President Joe Biden.
Biden still ‘leads’ on paper, but that’s as much a vote against the left wing as reflected by Senators Elizabeth Warren (MA-D) and Bernie Sanders (VT-I).
The field is not wide open, as the campaigns of Senator Kamala Harris and former HUD Secretary Julian Castro seem to be faltering, as they are laying off staffers. By contrast, Hawaii’s Representative Tulsi Gabbard has earned her way back to the debate stage.
The next debate will begin tomorrow at 9 to 11 PM ET, on MSNBC.
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