Former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clintonwent after her former challenger, current Democratic Primary candidate, Senator Bernie Sanders. In a new documentary about her career, saying that “nobody likes him,” “nobody wants to work with him,” he “got nothing done.” and called him “a career politician,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
I pointed out that Sec. Clinton isn’t wrong and that Sen. Sanders is only a Democrat during the presidential election and is actually a Communist/Socialist.
Plus, The New York Timesendorsed BOTH SenatorsAmy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts.
Thanks to Fox Business Network‘s Making Money with Charles Payne for having me back on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 to discuss with Stephanie Hamill of The Daily Caller.
Dr. Jill Stein is running for President on the Green Party ticket. For the Senator Bernie Sanders supporters, she appears to be a natural fit for them. Why aren’t they or you supporting Jill?
Take a look at her platform positions like: A Green New Deal, Jobs as a Right, End Poverty, Health Care as a Right, Education as a Right, A Just Economy, Protect Mother Earth, and more. This fits with Bernie, right?
The polls show Dr. Stein from as low as 0% support in Mississippi to 7% in Colorado. So, your circular argument that she isn’t high enough in the polls is YOUR fault if you don’t support her.
Please comment below and tell me Bernie supporters, why don’t you support Dr. Jill Stein?
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Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont told the editorial board of the San Francisco Chronicle yesterday that he won’t even attempt to compromise with the Republicans. Is this what we’ve become, children throwing tantrums when we don’t get our way?
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders says he learned from the mistakes President Obama made in his first term — they taught him that if he wins the White House, he won’t be able to compromise with Republicans in Congress.
“I think a keen mistake that the president made is that he refused to recognize that reality — that these guys (Republicans) were never serious about compromise,” the presidential candidate said in a meeting with The Chronicle’s editorial board Tuesday.
“He kept extending an olive branch, and he kept getting his hand slapped,” Sanders said.
“I do not believe that right-wing Republicans are prepared to work with a progressive president.”
The way to break that logjam, he said, is for people who support Sanders’ “political revolution” to contact their members of Congress directly.
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Ted Cruz drops out of the race after Donald J. Trump won Indiana. Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton in Indiana, yet Sec. Clinton is still the presumptive nominee. I say vote your conscience in the primary, regardless of what everyone else is saying who will win.
The Democratic race remains fundamentally unchanged after tonight’s win by Sanders.
Yes, his victory was somewhat surprising, given that all of the polls had Clinton winning and by an average of 7 percentage points.
And yes, Sanders has promised to fight on in the primary until perhaps the convention.
The problem for the Sanders campaign remains delegate math and demographics.
The psychology of Democratic voters continues to look detached from the reality of delegate math.
Trump and Clinton are both pretty much presumptive nominees at this point, but Trump is winning Indiana with about 51 percent of the vote tonight while Clinton is taking only 47 percent and could end up even lower.
As Trump consolidates Republican support, it’s more apparent than ever that Clinton needs a strong Sanders endorsement to unite the Democratic base.
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My other barista asked about the accusation of Hillary Clinton campaign money from the Bernie Sanders campaign. I explain how politicians play the money and play on ancient fears, dividing us for their own gain.
“In a letter to embattled DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Sanders campaign attorney Brad Deutsch questioned whether the Clinton campaign had “violated legal limits on donations” through activities associated with the Hillary Victory Fund. The HVF is a joint fundraising committee, which raises and spends money on behalf of Hillary for America (Clinton’s official campaign committee), the DNC, and 33 state Democratic parties.”
Congratulations to both the Clinton and Trump camps for their wins in New York.
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