Sanders on Mueller probe: nobody ‘above the law’

Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday turned over his long-awaited final report on the contentious Russia investigation. Hours after the report was turned over, Sen. Bernie Sanders commented on the news while speaking at a rally in San Diego. (March 22)

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Sanders gets stitches after a cut from shower door

Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign says the Vermont senator has been treated at a walk-in clinic for a minor injury while campaigning in South Carolina. (March 15)

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Here are the top stories for Sunday, March 10th: A passenger get crashes killing 157 people; A PA pan says he has a tape showing R. Kelly abusing underage girls; Sanders makes first NH campaign stop; Zoo celebrates red panda births.

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Bernie Sanders Is Facing A Field Of Bernies In 2020 (HBO)

Bernie Sanders is running for president again. He made the announcement this morning, promising bold policy ideas that will empower everyday Americans to challenge the wealthy and powerful.

“We’re gonna win,” Sanders told CBS’s John Dickerson. “We are gonna also launch what I think is unprecedented in modern American history, and that is a grassroots movement, John, which will have at least one million people from every state in this country, coming together to not only defeat Donald Trump, not only to win the Democratic nomination but also to lay the groundwork for transforming the economic and political life of this country.”

It sounds a lot like Sanders circa 2016 when he made himself a rockstar with young voters by backing single-payer healthcare and other progressive policies. But he’s coming out for his encore only to find his opponents are remixing his greatest hits. Nearly all of them support Medicare for all. And a lot of them are offering up progressive goodies of their own, from Elizabeth Warren’s universal child-care plan to Cory Booker’s proposed “baby bonds.”

Sanders says this is a feature of his campaign, not a bug.

“All of those ideas and many more are now part of the political mainstream, and a majority of the American people now support them,” Sanders told CBS. “So what this campaign is about is understanding that three years ago we began the political revolution. Now it’s time to complete that revolution and to take that vision and implement it into reality.”

He is also trying to stand out by forcefully taking on Trump, calling him a “racist” and “sexist” on Day 1 of his campaign. But that effort will be complicated by Sanders’s struggle to win over black voters in 2016; by the perception of his followers as “Bernie Bros”; and by accusations that multiple Sanders campaign aides sexually harassed staffers in 2016.

Mostly, though, it will be complicated by the fact that what made him a trailblazer last time—his bold policy agenda—now just makes him part of a very large and diverse pack of competitors.

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Sanders announces 2020 presidential bid

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, whose insurgent 2016 presidential campaign reshaped Democratic politics, announced Tuesday that he is running for president in 2020. (Feb. 19)

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Sexual harrassment claim prompts Sanders apology

(10 Jan 2019) Sen. Bernie Sanders is apologizing to women who’ve shared experiences of harassment by male supervisors while working on his 2016 presidential campaign. (Jan. 10)

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Bernie Sanders wins third term as Vermont senator

(6 Nov 2018) Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was re-elected to a third term in office on Tuesday. In his acceptance speech, Sanders railed against the Republican party and President Donald Trump. (Nov. 6)

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How Bernie Sanders Is Helping Progressives In Red States (HBO)

Bernie Sanders is back on the campaign trail. He’s crisscrossing the country campaigning for progressive candidates who share his message. That’s a growing list — Sanders was a fringe figure in 2016, but now a lot of Democrats consider him part of the mainstream.

In a couple of weeks, America will find out how good an idea that was. Sanders says Democrats can win if they run up turnout in the progressive pockets found all across the nation. On Tuesday, he was visiting the lefties in Arizona — speaking on college campuses and in cities. The Democrats’ underdog gubernatorial candidate, David Garcia, was along for the ride. But the party’s Senate nominee — Kyrsten Sinema — was nowhere to be found.

If Bernie is right, guys like Garcia can overperform by leaning into Sanders even in a state like Arizona. VICE News went along for the ride.

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Sanders defends Trump remarks about Blasey Ford

(3 Oct 2018) White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders is defending President Trump’s remarks about the woman who claims she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Sanders tells reporters, “The president was stating the facts.” (Oct. 3)

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