Bernie Sanders never had a shot at the Democrat nomination for president in 2016 thanks to the DNC rigging the primaries in Hillary Clinton’s favor.
Now, rumor has it Bernie is thinking of running again in 2020.
On Tuesday’s broadcast of C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal,” Jeff Weaver, who worked as Campaign Manager for Senator Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) presidential campaign in 2016, stated that Sanders is “considering another run for the presidency” in 2020.
— Washington Journal (@cspanwj) May 29, 2018
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He told MSNBC’s Al Sharpton last month he hadn’t made up his mind about a White House bid yet. He said he would support whoever had the best chance of defeating President Donald Trump.
“I want more than anything to see that Trump is defeated, and what I will assess at the proper time is who is the best candidate, and I mean that sincerely,” Sanders said. “Everybody has an ego. I have an ego. But what is most important for this country is that we come together, to transform America … and to defeat Donald Trump.”
Sanders is expected to cruise to re-election to his Vermont Senate seat this November. He won easily in his two prior Senate elections in 2006 and 2012.
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