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John Delaney: 2020 Dems can’t beat the trump card of ‘mindlessly following’ Bernie Sanders

nearvideo John Delaney reacts to the first primaries debate

John Delaney reacts to the first primaries debate

Support of Medicare-for-all of the proposals will not help the Democrats win the White house in the year 2020, according to the presidential candidate, and former Rep. John Delaney, D-Md.

More liberal candidates, imitation of the position of the sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., what could lead to the President Trump the re-election, Delaney claimed on Thursday on “The story”.

“I think it is a terrible plan,” he said.

“The single-payer Medicare-for-all statement, that all these people are always behind a terrible health care policy, and it is terrible policy. I think we lose the election if we put up a candidate that runs on this.

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“We have a kind of mindlessly following Senator Sanders were – who is not even a Democrat, by the way – on this issue.”

He added that he believed Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., “outsourced” your health platform to Sanders.

The former Deputy claimed that his moderate plan for health insurance for all Americans was something that could voters get behind.

“I think they saw me as someone who understood in a pragmatic and practical and used common sense and tried to solve problems,” he said.

“This is the theme of my campaign from the beginning.

“Someone needs to stand up and talk about it, because I can assure you, if we are talking a nominee who is running on this, Donald Trump is about. He will never shut up about it.”

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During yesterday’s debate, Delaney, scolded his rivals by saying they “should be the party that keeps what works and fixes what is broken.”

He continued: “We support a bill that would every hospital in the vicinity.”

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