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This may be a sign that the lower tier 2020 Democratic presidential candidates should drop out. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) announced the criteria for the fifth debate in November. Key point: We still do not know the date of the November debate or where it will take place.

Rahm Emanuel once famously said that you should never let a crisis go to waste. Democrats have apparently taken that message to heart. The DNC and Democratic candidates sent out fundraising emails after the two shootings over the weekend.

Round 2....FIGHT! The Democratic National Committee (DNC) announced the 2020 Democratic candidates who reached the threshold to qualify for the second round of debates. CNN will host the debates on July 30 and 31 in Detroit, MI.

The Democratic field for the 2020 presidential election has 24 candidates. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) knows this is too many people, so officials have taken steps to make it harder for the candidates to reach the third and fourth primary debates.

A major fight is unfolding in the Democratic party over voter data. Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez wants to centralize the information in a large central database. But many state-level Democrats see this as a power grab and want to maintain their own data.

The Republican National Committee (RNC) continues to break fundraising records as it hauled in $14.2 million in July. From CBS News:
The Republican National Committee raised $14.2 million in July -- the most it has ever raised in that month in a non-presidential year -- bringing its total haul for the cycle to $227.2 million. Despite historic odds and voter enthusiasm favoring Democrats, the RNC is finding record-setting support among its donors, according to numbers shared first with CBS News. The RNC raised more in July of this year than it did in 2010 and 2014 combined.

The Women's March has been rocked by its association with anti-Israel and anti-Semitic figures almost from inception. In February 2017, we wrote how Convicted terrorist Rasmea Odeh co-organized March 8 #DayWithoutAWoman, and we followed up in January 2018, Anti-Israel activists attempt to hijack Women’s March – again: