I've never respected anybody more than when he told me he has *ZERO* apps on his phone
This is a great interview by (building off ) of Bernie on immigration, and really underlines that Bernie's instincts are old-school labor restrictionist, even as his position's evolved
"Bipartisan deal-making," which Bernie Sanders is surprisingly good at, and symbolically introducing bills with a GOP cosponsor, which Sanders doesn't do, are completely different things. Not remotely the same. This is so embarrassing for the Times.
In an interview with the Times’s editorial board, says President Trump is playing the “blame game.” See more on a special episode of #TheWeeklyNYT, Sunday on and the next day on . Full transcript:
"Would I rejoin the Paris agreement? Yeah. So what? That doesn’t mean anything. You got to go far, far, far beyond where the Paris agreement was." Thank you for calling for bold solutions, not half solutions.
"Would I rejoin the Paris agreement? Yeah. So what? That doesn’t mean anything. You got to go far, far, far beyond where the Paris agreement was." Thank you for calling for bold solutions, not half solutions.
"Would I rejoin the Paris agreement? Yeah. So what? That doesn’t mean anything. You got to go far, far, far beyond where the Paris agreement was." Thank you for calling for bold solutions, not half solutions.
actual lol at the bernie sanders cybersecurity precautions
"Would I rejoin the Paris agreement? Yeah. So what? That doesn’t mean anything. You got to go far, far, far beyond where the Paris agreement was." Thank you for calling for bold solutions, not half solutions.
The New York Times editorial board has endorsed candidates for decades, but never like this. Read annotated transcripts of the board with nine Democratic candidates. Start today with a fascinating exchange between and Bernie Sanders
"[W]ould I rejoin the Paris agreement? Yeah. So what? That doesn’t mean anything. You got to go far, far, far beyond where the Paris agreement was" Damn straight damn straight
Senator says “our younger generation” is “the most progressive generation” in the history of this country. Read the full transcript of his interview with the Times’s editorial board: #TheWeeklyNYT
. says exploited immigrants obviously reduce wages & he brushes off research cited by in his interview. Well here’s what the research shows via . 1/n
This meeting between Sanders and the New York Times editorial board is really wild -- a stark clash of cultures.
Stunning revelation from Bernie's interview with the NYT editorial board: "Have I tweeted? I sure have."
I get that few Democrats running for president have a good answer for how they are going to get legislation passed in the Senate .. but these answers from Bernie Sanders are comically unserious
NYT: "Would you rejoin the Paris accord?" Bernie: "Yeah, that’s nickel and dime. Let me just say this, would I rejoin the Paris agreement? Yeah. So what? That doesn’t mean anything. You got to go far, far, far beyond where the Paris agreement was"
Imagine if this side-by-side fact checking was done for Trump from 2016 to now. Hope it carries until 2020 and beyond: "Bernie Sanders Wants to Change Your Mind"
It just shows that the stray question in the Sanders interview from Nick Fox-“how can you have political rallies in a democracy?”-pointed toward a deeper false equivalency syndrome that will be deadly if Sanders continues to do well.
"Twitter world does not necessarily reflect what the American people are or even where most Democrats are" - Bernie Sanders