Dean James at Right Wing Tribune
Crazy Bernie Sanders made an appearance on the liberal TV talk show “The View” and said he doesn’t need advice from Hillary Clinton because they have “fundamental differences.”
Co-host Meghan McCain pointed out to the 2020 presidential hopeful that other Democratic contenders have met with Clinton for advice.
She asked Bernie if he’ll do the same as the others.
“I suspect not,” Sanders said. “She has not called me.”
Sanders then explained that while he respects Clinton, they don’t exactly agree on a variety of issues, Fox News reports.
“We have differences, you know, Hillary has played a very important role in modern American politics,” he said.
McCain reiterated, “So you’re not interested in any advice from her?”
“I think not,” Sanders said, prompting laughter from the audience as he stumbled to finish his thought.
“I think every Democrat is gonna come together,” he said. “I hope to be the Democratic nominee and have the support of the whole Democratic Party behind me. If I am not, and somebody else is, I will support that candidate because what’s most important is that Trump be defeated… Hillary and I have fundamental differences.”
Sanders said his 2020 campaign is different than his failed bid to become the 2016 Democratic nominee because he plans to unite the left against “powerful special interests that today have so much economic and political power,” which he admitted his campaign failed to do last time.
“We are gonna run an unprecedented, grass-roots campaign which is going to bring our people together, doing exactly the opposite of what Trump is trying to do,” Sanders said. “He’s trying to divide us up.”
Sanders added, “This time, we’re gonna win.”
Take a look:
Asked if he would go to Hillary Clinton for advice, Bernie Sanders says, “I think not," saying they "have fundamental differences."
— ABC News (@ABC) March 1, 2019
Sorry Bernie but you losers aren’t going to win.
You cheated last time and you still lost.
What a joke.