“We should watch the way we talk about each other," Booker told McCain, after "The View" co-host called O'Rourke "crazy."
The comedy bit went awry -- thanks to a fake feline.
The Democratic presidential candidate brought some receipts to his argument with the disgraced former Fox News host.
For the Democratic presidential candidate, it may be all or nothing.
The former Texas congressman came around to the New Jersey senator's idea after the El Paso mass shooting.
Schumer, the Senate minority leader, has criticized O'Rourke's plan for mandatory assault weapon buybacks.
Tom Sullivan, the father of one of the 2012 theater shooting victims, introduced the Democratic presidential candidate at a rally on Thursday.
The presidential contender spoke with community leaders in Oakland, California, about equity and justice in the legal weed industry.
The Democratic presidential hopeful doubled down on his controversial call for a mandatory buyback program for assault-style weapons.
The former Texas congressman wants to grant clemency for marijuana possession sentences and give most weed business licenses to minority-owned shops.
The two 2020 presidential candidates are sparring over making mandatory buybacks on assault rifles part of Democrats' push for stricter gun control laws.
The Democratic presidential hopeful shot down a question about the former vice president's fitness for office.
The Democratic presidential candidate is defending his mandatory buyback plan after telling gun owners, "Hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15."
Democrats have long contended their support for gun control laws doesn't mean they want to take away law-abiding citizen's firearms.
Texas state Rep. Briscoe Cain is facing a potential FBI investigation over a menacing message he sent to the Democratic presidential candidate.
But no, it would not mean "federal agents knocking on doors," the Democratic presidential candidate said.
O'Rourke called the tweet from Briscoe Cain a "death threat," and his campaign is reporting it to the FBI.
During Thursday's presidential debate, the Texas Democrat said he would institute mandatory buybacks for guns "designed to kill people on a battlefield."