"If, in fact, you want to be the Democratic nominee, you should be a Democrat", the New York Democrat said.
Anyway, I do not work in politics, but I do like to think I understand basketball, so if Sanders was smart, he would consider putting this extremely good video, made by Vermont Law School Student Bar Association president Kyle Clauss, everywhere.
Actor Danny DeVito (shown above left), who campaigned with Sanders in the last presidential election, tweeted his endorsement of the 77-year-old senator on Wednesday afternoon. "You should run as an independent, '" Meeks said. "Late Night" host Stephen Colbert addressed the topic on Tuesday's "Late Show", stating that Sanders did not fare well against his Democratic competitors.
"The stakes are too high to cross our fingers and hope the Democratic Party nominates a moderate who can win over enough independents and disaffected Republicans, and even fellow Democrats, to defeat Trump next year", Schultz wrote.
While social media was buzzing with speculation on whether or not Sanders should exit the race, news emerged that he had raised $5.9 million from 223,000 donors in the first 24 hours of his 2020 presidential campaign, according to CNBC. Kamala Harris's $1.5 million from over 38,000 donors in the first day of her campaign.