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Monday, October 03, 2016

Sanders admits being bothered by Clinton's depiction of young voters who backed him

Bernie Sanders on Sunday acknowledged being bothered by Hillary Clinton’s unflattering perception of the young Americans who backed his longshot primary bid against Clinton, saying their campaigns still have “real differences,” despite their joint effort to defeat Donald Trump.

“Of course it does,” Sanders, a Vermont senator, told CNN’s “State of the Union,” in response to a question about whether Clinton’s remarks at a fundraiser amid their hotly contested Democratic primary bothered him. “We have real differences.”

Clinton characterized the young voters -- impassioned by Sanders' populist message and who still have yet to embrace Clinton -- as “living in their parents’ basement” and disenfranchised about the future, according to a 49-minute audiotape of the February fundraiser, purportedly found in a hacked email, then given to The Washington Free Beacon, which first reported the story.

"If you’re feeling like you’re consigned to being a barista . . . then the idea that maybe, just maybe, you could be part of a political revolution is pretty appealing," Clinton also says in the audio tape, describing her thoughts after talking to a young African-American voter.



Anonymous said...

For all the people that supported "Sanders the fake" how stupid do you feel? and to think some of you wanted him as commander and chief. The guys is a coward and Always with be.

Anonymous said...

So under hillary they will be able to move out of their moms basement?? That is hilarious. I beg to differ under hillary they will be lucky if mom and dad can afford to keep that house with a basement.

Anonymous said...

If Sanders is just "bothered" by this, he's just waiting for more abuse.

Anonymous said...

Bernie needs to man up. You look like scared little kitten.

Anonymous said...

Hillary is just expressing her detest for the commoners in this world otherwise known as the deplorables