closevideo watch: Sanders not to let the phone ring interrupt response during union town hall
Sen Bernie Sanders not dropped a call, a ringing in the background phase, during the response to a question from his home via video-conference during the UFCW International Union’s candidate forum in Iowa.
Senator Bernie Sanders demonstrated an unwavering focus in the face of pesky technology during a telephone conference with the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) International Union presidential candidate forum on Sunday.
In a funny series of events, the presidential candidate was interrupted, not once, but twice from his home phone, which is played by the well-known caller-ID “call from” voice, before she appeared a woman to answer the phone, while a 20-minute interview with the UFCW.
As if that wasn’t enough, towards the end of his forum – as he discussed needs bold solutions to our nation’s problems – could hear a loud ringing, coming from his home, indicating a text message to a phone in the vicinity.
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Again, somehow, seemed not to notice him and seemed to be with the brush from his recent heart surgery.
Sanders, who was hospitalized on Oct. 2 for a blocked artery, seemed to be in a good mood, delivering his points to the candidate forum.
Oct. 2, he wrote on Twitter that he felt good and thanked the people around him for the “good wishes.”
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Democratic presidential candidate sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks during an American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Public Service Forum in Las Vegas Saturday, Aug. 3, 2019. (Steve Marcus/Las Vegas Sun via AP)
“I feel good. I’m happy, have good health and great doctors and nurses, to recover me,” he wrote at the time. “None of us knows when a medical emergency may have an impact on us. And no one should be afraid to go bust when it occurs.”
During the forum, the Vermont senator shank spoke about some of his President’s proposals, including his feelings on a 32-hour work week, pension promises, wage, theft, wealth, equality, and automation.
He must be redirected, an “organizer in chief” by the takeover of greed and corruption in this country and Trump is not words to hold back when it comes to his feelings for Donald.
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“Here’s the story. We live in an unprecedented moment in American history, and by that I mean only that we have the most dangerous President in the history of this country, someone is a pathological liar, a racist, a sexist, a homophobic racists, and religious zealots……We have a corrupt political system, in the billionaires elections undermine the whole thrust of what the American democracy are able to spend to buy hundreds of millions of dollars,” said Sanders.