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The Senate Secretary said the office has "no discretion to disclose any such information" when it comes to presumptive 2020 Democratic candidate Joe Biden's records concerning Tara Reade, who alleges he sexually assaulted her in 1993. This comes a day after The New York Times editorial board suggested the DNC form an "unbiased, apolitical panel" to investigate sexual assault allegations against Biden. DNC Chairman Tom Perez brushed aside the idea of a panel.

Yesterday I blogged that Wuhan coronavirus has hampered former Vice President Joe Biden's fundraising and the Democratic National Committee (DNC). It's hard for both to compete against President Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee since both are swimming are cash. The DNC received a decent boost from billionaire former candidate Michael Bloomberg.

Former Vice President Joe Biden has a massive lead over Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), so why the concern over money? President Donald Trump and the GOP continue to swim in money. If Biden wants to compete, he needs the resources. The coronavirus is making it harder for Biden to raise those needed funds.

Earlier this week, the Democratic National Convention (DNC) received demands from presidential hopefuls Sen. Cory Booker and Julián Castro to change its requirements for the January debate. With the old qualifications, Booker and Castro cannot participate. But it looks like that will not change since the DNC increased the January debate qualifications.

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren swore off big money for her campaign. She vowed to run a grassroots campaign. But Warren has wealthy supporters. Her campaign has organized ways for her to avoid meeting with them so she can say she runs her campaign on small-dollars. Instead, her campaign treasurer and another ally meet with these wealthy supporters.

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is right. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has taken more steps to rig the system so only the top candidates end up on top. The new requirements for the sixth debate in December will only help the top five candidates.