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Daniel Bush is PBS NewsHour's Senior Political Reporter.
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Nation Jun 25Bolton slams Trump for prioritizing reelection over pandemic response
Former National Security Adviser John Bolton on Thursday accused President Donald Trump of wasting time in responding to the coronavirus pandemic at the start of the year, arguing that he didn’t want to acknowledge a public health crisis that could…
Politics Jun 18Officials worry Trump’s Tulsa rally will be ‘perfect storm’ for coronavirus spike
The tension surrounding President Donald Trump's first campaign rally since the country shut down in mid-March has laid bare a growing partisan divide over the pandemic and the nationwide protests against police brutality.
Nation Jun 09‘The whole police system needs to be rebooted.’ How some cities are starting to tackle reform
In the weeks since George Floyd was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis, city and state officials have joined activists in calling for a wholesale reimagining of law enforcement’s role in society, in particular the way policing is carried…
Nation Jun 06‘A very long, very loud existential scream’
Amid the largest pandemic in a century, we're also experiencing the biggest protest movement in a generation. In this episode, protesters in Minneapolis and Washington, D.C., tell White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor and Political Reporter Daniel Bush about why they’ve…
Politics Jun 05Trump’s voice absent in nationwide discussion on racism
President Donald Trump has largely avoided talking about racism in addressing the death of George Floyd and the protests that have followed across the nation.
Politics Jun 01In Minneapolis, protests over George Floyd’s death ‘a long time coming’
In interviews around Minneapolis, residents say protests are the only option.
Politics Jun 01Biden doesn’t have the delegates to clinch the nomination. That could change June 2.
Biden has been referred to in the press as the “presumptive nominee” ever since Sanders ended his White House bid, but he's still 425 delegates shy of the 1,991 he needs to guarantee the nomination.
Politics May 29George Floyd’s death ‘no time for incendiary tweets,’ Biden says of Trump
Recent images of unrest in cities like Minneapolis resemble demonstrations that occurred during the Obama administration, when protesters took to the streets demanding that law enforcement face justice for their violent treatment of black Americans. Joe Biden, who was vice…
Politics May 28Obama’s VP pick was a clear choice. Biden’s won’t be
Joe Biden's promise earlier this year that he would choose a woman as his running mate narrowed the field of potential vice presidential candidates. But there is still no consensus in Democratic circles about who Biden should pick.
Politics May 15What 74 former Biden staffers think about Tara Reade’s allegations
We spoke to dozens of Joe Biden’s staffers, most of whom were women, to get a broader picture of his behavior toward women throughout his career, how they see Tara Reade’s allegation and whether there was evidence of a larger…