Elections Democrats


  • The great divide: Bernie vs. Hillary

    Boris Epshteyn, Republican strategist, and Morris Reid, Democratic strategist, weigh in on the growing schism between Camp Sanders and Camp Clinton as fears of a party split begins to widen.

  • Bernie Sanders

    The Vermont independent senator is threatening to take his millions of supporters with him in the separation.

  • It's going to be Hillary: Bob Kerrey

    Former Sen. Bob Kerrey of the Minerva Institute, weighs in on who he thinks will be the Democratic presidential nominee.

  • Democratic elder statesman Bob Kerrey tells CNBC he sides with Republicans on the economy and national defense and Democrats on social issues.

  • Bob Kerrey: Finding common ground

    Former Sen. Bob Kerrey of the Minerva Institute, talks about where he thinks the Democrats and Republicans can find bipartisan agreement.

  • Find myself a person without a party: Bob Kerrey

    Former Sen. Bob Kerrey of the Minerva Institute says he is to the right of Bernie Sanders on economic issues and is not interested in running for public office. Also Kerrey shares his thoughts on how social media is impacting politics.

  • Must Read: Amazon's control freak

    The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a Financial Times piece about Jeff Bezo's influence at Amazon, and a Washington Post story by Dana Milbank about Bernie Sanders' attacks on the Democratic Party.

  • Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses the crowd during a campaign rally at La Gala May 16, 2016, in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

    NBC News is declaring Hillary Clinton the winner of the Kentucky primary by a slim margin but Bernie Sanders may declare a recount. Also Donald Trump works out a fundraising program with the Republicans, reports NBC News' Tracie Potts.

  • Labor leaders in revolt

    Construction and building trade unions are sounding off to AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka over a recently announced partnership with billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer. CNBC contributor Jared Bernstein, provides perspective.

  • Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (L) and Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump (R).

    Trump vs Clinton is sure to be a nasty affair, but that's actually good news for voters, says Joshua Spivak.

  • Trump tapped into fear: Glenn Hubbard

    Glenn Hubbard, Columbia University dean provides perspective to Donald Trump's bid for the GOP nomination, and weighs in on what changes need to take place to solve economic growth stagnation.

  • Sen. Rob Portman: Donald Trump will be 'change' agent

    Sen. Rob Portman, (R-Ohio), talks about why he thinks Donald Trump is better positioned to lead the country than Hillary Clinton.

  • Sen. Portman: Not interested in VP position

    Sen. Rob Portman, (R-Ohio), talks about why he is not interested in being tapped as Donald Trump's running mate, and why Ohio went to Democrats in the past two elections.

  • Is Sanders draining thrill of primary?

    CNBC's John Harwood takes a look at what today's primaries could mean for Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. Also discussing Trump's short list for vice president.

  • Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

    NBC News' Tracie Potts reports its primary day in Oregon and Kentucky as primary season winds down, and voters can expect to see an unsavory political battle brewing between front-runners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

  • Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

    Trump and Clinton are the two worst things that could happen to America, say two GOP strategists. But one will do less damage than the other.

  • 83% of CFOs expect Clinton blowout: Survey

    A look at the results of CNBC's exclusive survey about the most important political issues for business from some the largest companies in the world.

  • Will GOP unite behind Trump?

    Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes, and Jon Reinish, Democratic strategist, share their thoughts on what's ahead for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as the primary race appear to be nearing an end.

  • Politico's Ben White discusses how a victory in Florida and Ohio might help Donald Trump win the presidency, and weighs in on Bernie Sanders' platform requests at the Democratic convention.

  • House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis. speaks with reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, May 12, 2016, following his meeting with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

    There's a pattern to opposition to Donald Trump within the GOP, and House Speaker Paul Ryan embraces it fully. What is it?