Sanders, finishing campaign blitz, avoids Trump's comments on birthright citizenship

Dec 2015
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Sanders, finishing campaign blitz, avoids Trump's comments on birthright citizenship
By Cheyenne Haslett

"Coming to the end of a nine-state campaign blitz just a week before the midterms, Sen. Bernie Sanders had harsh words for President Donald Trump, calling him the "most racist, sexist, homophobic, bigoted president in history," but declined to dig into the main storylines the president has fueled over the past week."
"[Democrats] are working to make certain that the agenda of the most racist, sexist, homophobic, bigoted president in history will go nowhere because Democrats will control the House and the Senate," Sanders said, speaking at a rally just north of Washington, D.C., for Maryland’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous."
"All across this country, Republicans are working overtime to suppress the vote. They are scared to death of what happens when working people and young people and people of color come out to vote," Sanders said."








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Besides his choice words for Trump Sanders is right in that Republicans are stepping all over themselves in a fervor to try to disallow voting especially for minorities and the voting youth of America. Never has it been harder to vote than at the present time under the present administration. Republican states have also made it harder on people to vote no doubt in an effort to maintain their majority. But it will all catch up to them soon enough. In most cases the courts have ruled that voting must go on and votes must be counted so that is good news for the voters.