nearvideo-Bernie Sanders criticized the media for their attacks on Medicare plan
Sanders ‘ campaign is made up of media coverage bias; Peter Doocy reports.
Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., has taken aim at democratic front-runner, Joe Biden, accused the former Vice President “sounds like a Donald Trump” on a Central theme.
Sanders, the bat was in a new interview, the defence of its sweeping “Medicare for all” plan, when he took a side on Biden.
“I am disappointed, I must say that Joe is a friend of mine, to distort really, what is going on Medicare for all it is about,” Sanders said on Wednesday, according to The New York Times.
“Unfortunately, he’s sounding like Donald Trump. He sounds like the health care industry in this regard.”
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Sanders’ slam came after Biden pushed for a modified version of the Affordable Care Act, he and the former President Obama championed, rather than embrace “Medicare-for-all”.
“I understand the reference to “Medicare for all”,” Biden said before. “But the people support it should be clear that it means that the to get rid of ObamaCare. And I’m not sure. I was signed very proud of the day, as I stood there, with Barack Obama and he that is the law.”
Sanders’ criticism highlighted how the progressive push for health care expansion, the Democratic field has. Sanders’ campaign has explicitly Sr., Kamala Harris, D-Calif, called., and the former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper for their take on the policy-such as “Medicare for all.”
Jeff Weaver, a Sanders campaign Advisor, suggested on Wednesday that Harris was unrealistic in their reluctance to raise taxes to pay for a “Medicare for all” program would be under their management.
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“Without unicorns, magical spells, not wands, health care is free. There, the doctors, the nurses, the need to be paid. There are hospitals. You have to pay for it,” Weaver MSNBC said.
Weber’s comments came on the same day that the Vermont senator gave a speech to his defense of health care proposal. That is coupled, as well as with a speech he gave to the democratic socialism in June, after a further year of 2020 hopeful, former Rep. John Delaney, D-Md., was booed against the program, while he was in California, Democrats ” annual convention.
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Weber’s comments echoed a critique of Sanders ” campaign spent, according to Hickenlooper at a press conference of democratic socialism criticized. Twitters Roosevelt is an old video of former President Franklin Delano, Sanders seemed to suggest that Hickenlooper was unrealistic to expect that solutions to the major problems of expenditure without the adoption of the high state.
Sanders has said he would likely increase payroll and income taxes, for his health proposal care.