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California congressman Eric Swalwell just dropped out of the 2020 presidential race to run for re-election in the House
Swalwell's campaign failed to gain much traction in the polls, with Swalwell frequently putting his foot in his mouth on social media and in person.
With 20 candidates participating in the first 2020 Democratic debate, the spin room was an absolute madhouse.
The second of the 2020 Democratic debates happened Thursday night. Google Trends tracked search interests and tweeted out the most interesting stats.
During night two of the Democratic debates, Swalwell said it was time for Biden to "pass the torch" to a new generation of politicians.
Eric Swalwell is running for president in 2020. Here’s everything we know about the candidate and how he stacks up against the competition.
The millennial congressman is running on a platform of reducing gun violence, guaranteeing healthcare for all, and expanding access to education.
Eric Swalwell tweets about Trump more than any other 2020 candidate, but it may not be an effective strategy
An analysis from The Mercury News found that nearly one in four of Swalwell's tweets — 23% — mentioned Trump by name or by title.
Beto O'Rourke, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Elizabeth Warren are among the candidates who could use lessons on how not to own themselves online.
Long-shot Democratic presidential candidate Eric Swalwell’s campaign will test whether gun violence can mobilize voters in 2020
"Our children deserve better than an attempt to reduce or contain gun violence. Our goal must be to end it," Swalwell wrote.
California congressman Eric Swalwell is running for president in 2020 on the issue of reducing gun violence
Swalwell, 38, has served in Congress since 2013 and sits on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, leading the CIA subcommittee.
The Trump campaign is trying to force hostile pundits off the air in revenge for their Mueller report commentary
Trump's re-election campaign sent a memo to TV stations asking them to consider dropping former intelligence and Democratic officials as guests.