Bernie Sanders Not Dropping Out – Lists Questions He’ll Ask Biden At Next Debate (VIDEO)

Establishment Democrats and their many friends in media were hoping that Bernie Sanders would drop out of the race this week.

Bernie has other plans.

Not only did he announce that he is staying in the race, he listed the questions he will ask Biden at their next debate.

Politico reports:

Sanders to press on against Biden after primary losses

Bernie Sanders on Wednesday announced he will continue his campaign for president after disappointing losses in slate of state primaries, vowing to participate in a debate this weekend with Joe Biden.

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“Last night, obviously, was not a good night for our campaign from a delegate point of view,” Sanders acknowledged in an address delivered from his campaign headquarters in Burlington, Vermont…

“Let me be very frank as to the questions that I will be asking Joe,” Sanders said. “Joe, what are you going to do for the 500,000 people who go bankrupt in our country because of medically related debt? And what are you going to do for the working people of this country and small business people who are paying on average 20 percent of their incomes to health care?”

He then reeled off more queries on issues including climate change, college affordability, criminal justice and child poverty, as well as two other frequent talking points for the Sanders campaign: campaign finance and income inequality.

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“Joe, importantly, what are you going to do to end the absurdity of billionaires buying elections and the three wealthiest people in America owning more wealth than the bottom half of our people?” Sanders said.

Watch the video below:

Are we seeing a repeat of 2016?

It should be an interesting debate!


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