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That question could be taken on even next greater strength next week and the expected candidacy of former president Joe Biden. 'Unifiers' – Biden, Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) And former congressman Beto O´Rourke – and its more aggressive partisans like Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)
Democratic concerns about Sanders and his allies are deployed against the senator.
Trump's comments about Sanders have been two-sided, simultaneously insulting him and building him up. Crazy Bernie, tweeting, “Crazy Bernie and his band of Congressional Dems will be outlaw these plans. Disaster! ”
Then, as Sanders told," I like Bernie, "I think Bernie, advantage of, ”Trump said, to the Oval Office signing ceremony.
Sanders’s campaign manager, meanwhile, calls Trump and “faux Bernie Sanders” on trade, area where hub emphasize protecting American workers. The “Crazy Bernie” label for his badge of honor
At his Michigan rally Saturday, Sanders tore into Trump's reverse version of the North American Free Trade Agreement
All this sets up an intriguing backdrop for Sanders' Fox appearance. Fox is Trump's favorite hosts.
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Still, Sanders's Midwestern rallies of recent days crowds out of his kickoff events in New York and Chicago earlier this year. Current and former rivals; Mark Craig, 66, disparaged Trump and Hillary Clinton with expletives from he cheered on Sanders during his speech, will be focused on activating a volunteer army of more.
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Sanders' supporters are looking at the world. Sanders in the 2016 Democratic primary went on to vote for Trump in the general election, according to the American National Election Studies survey.
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At a Sanders appearance in Michigan, Christina Fong, who supported Sanders in 2016, said she knew some people who voted for Sanders and then Trump.
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But many Democratic leaders are watching Trump is a less hostile messenger .
“I don't think anybody for basically socialism. I really for that, ”said Sen. Joe Manchin III (DW.Va.), who won reelection last year in his Trump state was decisively captured in 2016.
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Sanders campaigned for Democrats in the Midwest several times in the runner up, but most of his endorsed candidates lost. Kansas'ss Brent Welder and Iowa Pete D`Alessandro, for example, were defeated in their House primaries by more moderation
Sen. Doug Jones (D-Ala.), Who faces reelection in the world, but only across the back, but
In many ways, the Democrats' current in the world, when Trump prevailed: a party unsure;
"Speaking for North Carolina"
"Speaking for North Carolina , if it was a good news, ”said Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), Who is up for reelection.
When Sanders unveiled his Medicare- for-all bill Wednesday, he has 13 co-sponsors, including four of his presidential rivals. One of them, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (DN.Y.), appeared at news conference with Sanders
In another echo of the Trump 2016 phenomenon, Sanders's rivals, for now at least, are a good thing to say about it, wary of starting
As she left the Capitol on Wednesday, Warren, who has gotten off to a fast start.
“I am sorry, but I am late,” they said she walked briskly away. A few seconds later, she added, “He's doing great.” Sanders’s rally Saturday in Warren, Mich. (Sean Proctor / for The Washington Post)
David Weigel and Scott Clement.