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Bernie Sanders: Too divisive

Seattle Times Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
In the column “How Trump wins again” [Feb. 9, Opinion], David Brooks reveals the number of Sanders voters who went for Trump, or voted other than Democratic, in the 2016 election: more than enough to tilt the election to President Donald Trump. Sanders never campaigned with the energy and sincerity for Hillary Clinton that Clinton […]
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