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How Bernie Sanders’ Ideas Are Winning in the Trump EraMore

How Bernie Sanders’ Ideas Are Winning in the Trump EraMore

At a rally in Boston, Sanders had some choice words for the Democrat Party and the people who went after the character of Trump voters.

The joint appearance by the senators from Vermont and MA, respectively, was attended by hundreds of enthusiastic backers at a downtown Boston theater.

It's always been a policy dream of many liberals, but Democrats who live in states and districts that were carried in 2016 by Trump are certain to be sensitive to the political risks of supporting what Republicans call socialized medicine.

Sanders in the past and stands in contrast to President Trump's plans for student debt, which would cap tuition repayment at 12.5 percent and forgive all direct loans after 15 years instead of 20. "Republicans have the White House". But it will enable Perez to make major changes at a time many Democrats are clamoring for a party overhaul.

Earlier Friday afternoon, Sanders also gave a speech at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute in Dorchester.

Sanders said the Republican party is so extreme with views that most of the American people don't agree with, and so he asked, "How in God's name do they keep winning elections?"

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"I think the fact that millions of Americans are increasingly engaged in the political process has nothing to do with Bernie Sanders and everything to do with Donald Trump", Sanders said.

But she didn't endorse Sanders during the 2016 presidential campaign, disappointing his supporters in the process. "What he did is he developed campaign rhetoric and proposals that addressed some of those issues", Sanders said.

"As a result of all that grassroots activism, we defeated the Trump-Ryan health care agenda", Sanders asserted. "The number of people who are now moving in the Independent direction as opposed to Republican or Democratic, it is growing".

Sanders, who describes himself as a "democratic socialist", refused to speculate about a future presidential run. Warren told the cheering crowd.

Perez has expressed a similar sentiment in his month on the job as chairman, saying that the party needs to align itself with the activists opposing President Donald Trump and make "house calls" to every state and county in the country.

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