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Bernie Sanders calls James Carville ‘political hack’ after criticism

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Sen Bernie Sanders, called James Carville a “political hack” two days after former President Clinton adviser said, it would be the “end of days” for the Democrats, if Sanders’s candidacy was.

“You see, James, with all due respect, is things, a political hack who has said, quite terrible, when he worked for Clinton against Barack Obama,” Sanders told CNN’s Anderson Cooper. “We are on the acquisition of the facility. This is not a secret for anybody.”

Sanders said he is President Trump, the Republican establishment and the democratic establishment, “but at the end of the day is the grassroots movement we are the combination of young people, the working people, of the people of color, the real change.”

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On MSNBC the “Morning Joe” Monday, Carville claims that Sanders is not wide enough appeal to be able to beat trump.

He said that African American voters are not interested in socialism and the revolution and “all of this foolishness that you hear,” but want to be sold on a vision of how you “fit in this country.”

He also referred to Sanders and his followers as a “cult.”

“There is a certain part of the Democratic party, the would like to that we are a sect,” he said. “I’m not interested in a sect.

Former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton has also claimed stacked on top of Sanders, in the last month, “no one likes him. Nobody wants to work with him, he has done nothing.”

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Many moderate Democrats have concerns about Sanders’ General elections, the chances of the self-proclaimed Democratic socialist, after his strong showing in Iowa and New Hampshire, where he finished first in a narrow victory over Pete Buttigieg Tuesday.

Fox News’ David Montanaro contributed to this report.

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