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Bernie gets stroppy with MSNBC anchor asks about yourself in the year 2020

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Sen Bernie Sanders’ cancel plan, student loan debt continues, as a democratic presidential rival Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to Kristin Fisher reports from Washington.

Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., seemed exasperated on Wednesday when MSNBC anchor pressed him on whether he would admit that the race for the democratic nomination, if he is not the leader before the party convention in the year 2020.

“You ask that every candidate?” Sanders asked, interrupting MSNBC anchor Kasie Hunt. Hunt asked specifically if he was “the risk” of giving the President Trump an “advantage” in choosing not to give in.

“Well, now we are planning to get the democratic nomination,” Sanders said Hunt. He went on to claim that “opinion poll showed after the other”, to beat him the trump card with nine or 10 points.

“We will go the trump card to beat-to win, we are going to be the nomination of the Democrats,” he said.

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Sanders’ 2020 run, came only a few years after he fought former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for the nomination. He embodies the progressive side of the party, more challenging Biden structure candidates such as former Vice-President, Joe.

While Biden has continually Sanders led in polling, Sanders was able to mostly stay on the second place in front of more than 20 other candidates

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According to the real clear politics average, Sanders 16.9 percent of the support for the democratic nomination seized. This was significantly lower than Biden’s 32 percent, and only a few points ahead of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.

Sanders’ comments came shortly before the first night of the Democratic primary debate in Miami, Florida. Because of the Democratic field of many candidates, the first debate is divided into two nights. Warren will debate for the candidates in the first night, while Sanders and Biden to the stage on Thursday, on the second night.

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