Bernie Sanders once compared Vermont workers to black "slaves"

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Several polls show former Vice President Joe Biden, former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Massachusetts Sen.

At the time, the population of Vermont was over 99% white and about 0.2% black. "I mean this is not the kind of rhetoric that we need right now when we are trying to bring the Democratic Party together to defeat the most unsafe president in American history", he added.

"How can a worker be satisfied with his job when he has no control over it?"

"In the long run", said Sanders, "what we are talking about is a peaceful revolution".

There is also a simple route, said Schumer.

That's why Warren says she'll leave staffers in place and field offices open in Iowa after its February 3 caucus, and do so after other general election toss-up states have voted in the primary, hoping for a head start against Trump in November. She also called Sanders "a career politician" whose claim to represent American workers was "just baloney". "Of course. I'm sorry for what Secretary Clinton had to say". It is simply not true.

Many on Sanders' side of the Democratic ledger would counter that the rules of the 2016 primary were not fair and square.

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Mr. Biden was the top choice of 24% of registered Democrats and independents, compared to 20% for Mr. At one point, Warren's allegations against Sanders were raised.

By comparison to Sanders, 87 percent of former vice president Joe Biden's supporters said yes to voting for whoever wins the nomination, 9 percent it depends on the winning candidate, and 5 percent said no to anyone that is not Biden.

Clinton later tweeted a clarification, stating that "the number one priority for our country and the world is to withdraw Trump, and, as I have always done, I will do everything I can to support our candidate". Sanders, as evidenced by interviews with the Herald, has been a champion in the fight against income and wealth inequality since before the birth of some of his Democratic rivals.

"We are going to win because we are developing an unprecedented multigenerational, multiracial, working-class movement which is prepared to take on the corporate elite and the entire One Percent and put together an administration that stands for justice", he said.

"He is not part of the executive, so executive privilege can not be used against him", said Schumer.

A former Sunday school teacher who has readily discussed her Methodist faith's influence on her values, Warren is not alone among Democratic presidential hopefuls in making a direct appeal to devout voters.

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