Bernie Sanders – The Candidate Who Could Have Beat Trump Explains Why Trump Won!

A Brief One from Doug Draper

Posted November 17th, 2016 on Niagara At Large

The former Bernie Sanders campaign office in Buffalo, New York - file photo, Doug Draper

The former Bernie Sanders campaign office in Buffalo, New York – file photo, Doug Draper

While U.S. Democrats – members of a party that likes to think of itself as a party for ordinary working people – tries coming to terms with its crushing defeat by Donald Trump, the one candidate that the party’s elites derailed to secure the nomination of Hillary Clinton, offers some sober thoughts on why Trump wiped the floor with Clinton and the Democrats.

It is worth watching this excerpt of Bernie Sanders remarks during a talk he gave at George Washington University this November 16th, as aired on the MSNBC program ‘Morning Joe’. All politicians in the U.S. and Canada who take everyday voters for granted should take note –

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 “A politician thinks of the next election. A leader thinks of the next generation.” – Bernie Sanders

 

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