Bernie Sanders largely dismissed newly published comments from Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton about his campaign's appeal to young voters. And I think if you look at Clinton versus trump - issue of sure.
Bernie Sanders hammered Donald Trump over a New York Times report that he could have avoided paying federal income taxes for 18 years after declaring a $916 million loss on his 1995 tax return.
According to the Clinton campaign's event page, Sanders will be attending a 5:45 p.m. rally Thursday at Central High School, 421 Fountain St NE, in Grand Rapids.
"Either she's trashing Bernie Sanders' supporters or making an admission that Barack Obama's economy has been awful", Hannity said. What she's saying is what I suggested a moment ago.
Clinton questioned the idea of a political revolution, calling it a "false promise", though she said that wasn't the right message for "idealistic young people".
So, Hillary did mention people living in their parent's basements but it's also true that she was intending it to be sympathetic and not an outright insult like "basket of deplorables".
Clinton said that Bernie's supporters, "are new to politics completely". A lot of young people are appropriately very concerned about climate change and what happens to our planet if we do not transform our energy system.
That answer wasn't correct, so Sanders was able to decide if his team would continue attempting to give answers or pass to Team Trump.
Earlier in the day, Trump took to social media to share his thoughts on Clinton's degrading comments.
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In the recording from the February event, which leaked on September 27, Clinton referred to some Sanders supporters as "new to politics completely" and stuck "living in their parents' basement".
In addition to the MI stop, Sanders is set to make appearances in Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin this week for the Clinton campaign.
"There is a sense of disappointment among young people about politics". During that same fundraiser, she also claimed that she liked to stay "from the center-left to the center-right" of the political spectrum.
When asked whether the former first lady's disparaging remarks about his young supporters bothered him, Sanders resolutely indicated that they did, while holding back his conjecture of the woman he is now endorsing for president.
"I really believe a lot of those people are coming over and largely because of trade, college education, lots of other things - but largely because of trade, they're coming over to our side - you watch, you watch", Trump said to the crowd.
He went on to state that Clinton is still the best choice for president, but encouraged voters to do their own research. They don't need to write songs about her, they don't need to tattoo her face on their skin, and they don't need to join her revolution, since she isn't starting one.
Second: Clinton's remarks are not offensive, they are an accurate assessment of what it's like to be a millennial who realizes too late that the American dream of meritocracy is a pile of dog shit, and the most you have to look forward to for a long time is: grande or venti?