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'The Only One I Didn't Want Her to Pick': In Secret Recording, Trump Admits Fear of Clinton Picking Sanders as VP in 2016

by Jon Queally, staff writer

Leaked 2018 audio recording of president was released by legal team of Lev Parnas, close associate of Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. "You know, [Sanders] basically says we're getting screwed on trade," said Trump. "And he's right."

 

 

Up Six Points as Buttigieg and Biden Stall, Sanders Takes Commanding Lead in New Iowa Poll

by Andrea Germanos, staff writer

The new Times poll showed Sanders with 25 percent of the Iowa vote and 40 percent of support from those under 30 in the state.

 

Bernie Sanders Has Been Getting It Right for 40 Years. Now, Says His Movement: 'We Are Going to Win'

by Jon Queally, staff writer

"We've never ever in our lifetimes had a true champion of social, economic, and climate justice this close to the White House."

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12 minutes ago, merrill said:

'The Only One I Didn't Want Her to Pick': In Secret Recording, Trump Admits Fear of Clinton Picking Sanders as VP in 2016

by Jon Queally, staff writer

Leaked 2018 audio recording of president was released by legal team of Lev Parnas, close associate of Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. "You know, [Sanders] basically says we're getting screwed on trade," said Trump. "And he's right."

 

 

Up Six Points as Buttigieg and Biden Stall, Sanders Takes Commanding Lead in New Iowa Poll

by Andrea Germanos, staff writer

The new Times poll showed Sanders with 25 percent of the Iowa vote and 40 percent of support from those under 30 in the state.

 

Bernie Sanders Has Been Getting It Right for 40 Years. Now, Says His Movement: 'We Are Going to Win'

by Jon Queally, staff writer

"We've never ever in our lifetimes had a true champion of social, economic, and climate justice this close to the White House."

He’s been in dc 40 years!    That‘s his problem 

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2 hours ago, merrill said:

'The Only One I Didn't Want Her to Pick': In Secret Recording, Trump Admits Fear of Clinton Picking Sanders as VP in 2016

by Jon Queally, staff writer

Leaked 2018 audio recording of president was released by legal team of Lev Parnas, close associate of Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. "You know, [Sanders] basically says we're getting screwed on trade," said Trump. "And he's right."

 

 

Up Six Points as Buttigieg and Biden Stall, Sanders Takes Commanding Lead in New Iowa Poll

by Andrea Germanos, staff writer

The new Times poll showed Sanders with 25 percent of the Iowa vote and 40 percent of support from those under 30 in the state.

 

Bernie Sanders Has Been Getting It Right for 40 Years. Now, Says His Movement: 'We Are Going to Win'

by Jon Queally, staff writer

"We've never ever in our lifetimes had a true champion of social, economic, and climate justice this close to the White House."

 

"It's going to be the most epic case of moral whiplash the world has ever seen.

 

And it's going to inspire the people around the world."

 

They are not official members or designated surrogates of the campaign, but a potent and dynamic trio are among those showing up on the trail for Sen. Bernie Sanders these days, determined to tell all who will listen just how profound an opportunity voters in the United States now have before them: the chance to elect an unapologetic progressive and visionary to the most powerful elected office in the country at a time when people and the planet need a champion they can trust unlike any time in living memory.

 

Ahead of Monday's official commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr., actor and activist John Cusack, journalist and public intellectual Naomi Klein, and writer and artist Molly Crabapple were among those who joined Sen. Bernie Sanders on the campaign trail in New Hampshire over the weekend to meet with voters and explain to rally-goers why their preferred candidate—coupled with the grassroots movement he now leads—represents something extremely rare in U.S. politics.

 

At a pair of rallies on Saturday—one in Exeter and another in Manchester—Cusack argued that Sanders stands in the great prophetic tradition of civil rights icons like MLK Jr., Fanny Lou Hammer, and Ella Baker as well as other warriors for social justice throughout U.S. history such as Eugene Debs, Phil and Daniel Berrigan, and Dorothy Day.

 

A writer and longtime activist in addition to his career as an actor, Cusack co-authored the book, along with Indian novelist Arundhati Roy, "Things that Can and Cannot Be Said," and is also a founding board member of the Freedom  of the Press Foundation which advocates for journalist freedoms and free speech.

 

Cusack told the crowd in Manchester that what the Sanders campaign has undertaken is not isolated from the great social and labor movements of the past, but rather the continuation of an ongoing struggle against capitalist greed, militarism, racism, sexism, and the pervasive inequities that only a great many people joined together in community and solidarity can overcome.

 

When he came on the national political scene in the 1980's, said Cusack, Sanders "said all the things that cannot be said—and he was absolutely fearless. This was a man with a deep and powerful connection to the truth—a person with remarkable courage—who proclaimed the absolute need for justice equality and dignity for all people."

 

During his career since, Cusack continued, Sanders has told the nation "what we needed to hear, not what we wanted to hear." And Cusack argues Sanders' honesty is proof that he respects the American people.

 

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2 hours ago, merrill said:

'The Only One I Didn't Want Her to Pick': In Secret Recording, Trump Admits Fear of Clinton Picking Sanders as VP in 2016

by Jon Queally, staff writer

Leaked 2018 audio recording of president was released by legal team of Lev Parnas, close associate of Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. "You know, [Sanders] basically says we're getting screwed on trade," said Trump. "And he's right."

 

 

Up Six Points as Buttigieg and Biden Stall, Sanders Takes Commanding Lead in New Iowa Poll

by Andrea Germanos, staff writer

The new Times poll showed Sanders with 25 percent of the Iowa vote and 40 percent of support from those under 30 in the state.

 

Bernie Sanders Has Been Getting It Right for 40 Years. Now, Says His Movement: 'We Are Going to Win'

by Jon Queally, staff writer

"We've never ever in our lifetimes had a true champion of social, economic, and climate justice this close to the White House."

 

The new Times poll showed Sanders with 25 percent of the Iowa vote and 40 percent of support from those under 30 in the state.

 
 
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) greets people as he walks with reporters through the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa on August 11, 2019.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) greets people as he walks with reporters through the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa on August 11, 2019. (Photo: Alex Edelman/AFP/Getty Images)

Sen. Bernie Sanders has a strong lead over his Democratic rivals among likely voters in Iowa, according to a new New York Times/Siena College poll released Saturday, just over a week out from the state's caucuses.

 

The Vermont senator had the backing of 25 percent of respondents—a six-point surge since the Times-Siena poll from late October.

Support for Former Vice President Joe Biden and former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg is unchanged since the last poll, with Biden at 17 percent and Buttigieg at 18 percent in each.

 

Sen. Elizabeth Warren's 15 percent put her in fourth place in the new poll, a drop from the 22 percent that put her at the top of the Democratic pack in October.

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2 hours ago, merrill said:

'The Only One I Didn't Want Her to Pick': In Secret Recording, Trump Admits Fear of Clinton Picking Sanders as VP in 2016

by Jon Queally, staff writer

Leaked 2018 audio recording of president was released by legal team of Lev Parnas, close associate of Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. "You know, [Sanders] basically says we're getting screwed on trade," said Trump. "And he's right."

 

 

Up Six Points as Buttigieg and Biden Stall, Sanders Takes Commanding Lead in New Iowa Poll

by Andrea Germanos, staff writer

The new Times poll showed Sanders with 25 percent of the Iowa vote and 40 percent of support from those under 30 in the state.

 

Bernie Sanders Has Been Getting It Right for 40 Years. Now, Says His Movement: 'We Are Going to Win'

by Jon Queally, staff writer

"We've never ever in our lifetimes had a true champion of social, economic, and climate justice this close to the White House."

 

In a nearly 90-minute audio recording of a private dinner that took place with numerous individuals and President Donald Trump in 2018 was made public Saturday evening by the legal team of Lev Parnas, a close associate of the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, the president can be heard saying "take her out" in reference to former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch—a key witness in the impeachment trial now in the U.S. Senate.

 

Trump also says in the recording that he was relieved that he didn't have to face off against Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the 2016 election.

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2 hours ago, merrill said:

'The Only One I Didn't Want Her to Pick': In Secret Recording, Trump Admits Fear of Clinton Picking Sanders as VP in 2016

by Jon Queally, staff writer

Leaked 2018 audio recording of president was released by legal team of Lev Parnas, close associate of Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. "You know, [Sanders] basically says we're getting screwed on trade," said Trump. "And he's right."

 

 

Up Six Points as Buttigieg and Biden Stall, Sanders Takes Commanding Lead in New Iowa Poll

by Andrea Germanos, staff writer

The new Times poll showed Sanders with 25 percent of the Iowa vote and 40 percent of support from those under 30 in the state.

 

Bernie Sanders Has Been Getting It Right for 40 Years. Now, Says His Movement: 'We Are Going to Win'

by Jon Queally, staff writer

"We've never ever in our lifetimes had a true champion of social, economic, and climate justice this close to the White House."

Obama poised to smack him down to reality. 

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13 minutes ago, merrill said:

 

The new Times poll showed Sanders with 25 percent of the Iowa vote and 40 percent of support from those under 30 in the state.

 
 
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) greets people as he walks with reporters through the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa on August 11, 2019.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) greets people as he walks with reporters through the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa on August 11, 2019. (Photo: Alex Edelman/AFP/Getty Images)

Sen. Bernie Sanders has a strong lead over his Democratic rivals among likely voters in Iowa, according to a new New York Times/Siena College poll released Saturday, just over a week out from the state's caucuses.

 

The Vermont senator had the backing of 25 percent of respondents—a six-point surge since the Times-Siena poll from late October.

Support for Former Vice President Joe Biden and former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg is unchanged since the last poll, with Biden at 17 percent and Buttigieg at 18 percent in each.

 

Sen. Elizabeth Warren's 15 percent put her in fourth place in the new poll, a drop from the 22 percent that put her at the top of the Democratic pack in October.

 

The support captured by Sanders from younger likely Iowa caucus goers blows away his rivals.

Sanders had 40 percent of support from those under 30.

 

Warren and Buttigieg came in distant second for that age group, with each getting 16 percent. Biden had 10 percent, and no other candidate scraped double digits.

 

For those aged 30-44, Sanders was again in the lead with 31 percent. Trailing well behind at 19 percent, Warren and Buttigieg tied for second place, and Biden followed with 14 percent.

 

Biden bested his rivals with voters over 65, nabbing 32 percent with Buttigieg a distant second at 17 percent.

 

The survey of 584 voters was conducted Jan. 20-23 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.8 percentage points.

 

A possible factor in Sanders's lead in the new poll, progressive journalists John Nichols and Krystal Ball suggested on Twitter, could be senator's rejection of President Donald Trump's march to war with Iran.

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8 minutes ago, NeoConvict said:

We know the dnc screwed crazy Bernie. We know this cost Hillary the election. 

Nice touch of karma. 🤣8 years of Trump. 

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Just now, merrill said:

 

The support captured by Sanders from younger likely Iowa caucus goers blows away his rivals.

Sanders had 40 percent of support from those under 30.

 

Warren and Buttigieg came in distant second for that age group, with each getting 16 percent. Biden had 10 percent, and no other candidate scraped double digits.

 

For those aged 30-44, Sanders was again in the lead with 31 percent. Trailing well behind at 19 percent, Warren and Buttigieg tied for second place, and Biden followed with 14 percent.

 

Biden bested his rivals with voters over 65, nabbing 32 percent with Buttigieg a distant second at 17 percent.

 

The survey of 584 voters was conducted Jan. 20-23 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.8 percentage points.

 

A possible factor in Sanders's lead in the new poll, progressive journalists John Nichols and Krystal Ball suggested on Twitter, could be senator's rejection of President Donald Trump's march to war with Iran.

That';s not something to brag about. The under 30 generation better learn some self sufficiency. 

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Just now, DeepBreath said:

Nice touch of karma. 🤣8 years of Trump. 

 

Your gonna be surprised when the DNC can't screw Bernie this time around. 

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1 minute ago, zkyllonen8 said:

 

Your gonna be surprised when the DNC can't screw Bernie this time around. 

They will find a way.

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19 minutes ago, merrill said:

 

In a nearly 90-minute audio recording of a private dinner that took place with numerous individuals and President Donald Trump in 2018 was made public Saturday evening by the legal team of Lev Parnas, a close associate of the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, the president can be heard saying "take her out" in reference to former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch—a key witness in the impeachment trial now in the U.S. Senate.

 

Trump also says in the recording that he was relieved that he didn't have to face off against Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the 2016 election.

 

The recording, according to CNN,

was made by another Giuliani associate, Igor Fruman, and shared with Parnas shortly after the dinner, according to Bondy. Fruman's attorney declined to comment.

 

Only the first three minutes of the tape include visuals, and Trump can be seen briefly when he approaches the rectangular dining table set with red bouquets of flowers. The remaining portion of the recording is only audio.

 

The conversation involving Ukraine begins about 40 minutes into the 1-hour-and-24-minute recording. During that discussion, Trump asks a person who appears to be Parnas how long Ukraine would "last in fight against Russia." Parnas says "without us, not very long," and another person chimes in, "about 30 minutes." Months later, Trump would try to cut off military aid to Ukraine.

 

In its reporting, VICE notes the "five wildest things" Trump had to say during the conversation—a discussion at one point he can clearly be heard saying is "off the record."

 

Among the items deemed the wildest was a comment Trump made about current 2020 Democratic candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). In the recording, Trump said he was glad former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton didn't pick Sanders as her 2020 running mate—citing his tough stance on U.S. trade policy.

 

"Because [Sanders'] a big trade guy," said Trump. "You know he basically says we're getting screwed on trade. And he's right."

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5 minutes ago, zkyllonen8 said:

 

Your gonna be surprised when the DNC can't screw Bernie this time around. 

You’re gonna be surprised when you find out Bernie is unelectable in a general election. 
 

Learn how to support yourself, mooch. 

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Clinton would choose Bernie?

 

WTF?

 

She chose Kaine

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2 minutes ago, Z09 said:

Clinton would choose Bernie?

 

WTF?

 

She chose Kaine

She hates Bernie but if she chose Bernie should would have won the election. 

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3 minutes ago, Z09 said:

Clinton would choose Bernie?

 

WTF?

 

She chose Kaine

 

Trump also says in the recording that he was relieved that he didn't have to face off against Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the 2016 election.

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3 minutes ago, merrill said:

 

Trump also says in the recording that he was relieved that he didn't have to face off against Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the 2016 election.

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Bernie will never be president of the United States Merrill. You better get off your ass and get a job. 

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