Cristina Cabrera

Cristina Cabrera is a newswriter at TPM based in New York. She previously worked for Vocativ, USA Today and New York 1 News. She received her B.A at NYU. You can reach her at

Articles by Cristina

We’re just a little over 24-hours away from the second primary contest of 2020 and Americans are still unsure what happened in Iowa last week.

The “first-in-nation” Democratic caucus a week ago was, and continues to be, an unmitigated disaster thanks to, among other things, a broken vote counting app and a hoard of pro-Trump trolls clogging up caucus workers’ phone lines. Not only has the Associated Press still declined to declare a winner, but 2020 candidates Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Pete Buttigieg are now calling for a partial recanvass of the caucus results due to errors in the vote tallying process.

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Less than 24 hours after the Senate’s Republican majority saved him from getting kicked out of office in the impeachment trial, President Donald Trump appeared in front of a podium in the White House and spewed a free-wheeling victory speech filled with personal grievances and bizarre tangents.

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