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Sanders, Harris scoffs at “Medicare for all” -criticism

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Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., took a swipe Monday at 2020 rivals, Sr., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., according to his colleagues, senator for criticism of his “Medicare for all” plan, while courting the wealthy donors.

Harris had the Hamptons over the weekend, where she told attendees at a campaign event that she was “not comfortable” with Sanders’ health care plan, although they initially co-sponsored it. Sanders made it clear that for decades, he has been consistent in his approach to health care.

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“I don’t go to the Hamptons, the money of billionaires,” Sanders tweeted. “If I had ever been there, I would tell you the same thing I’ve said for the last 30 years: We need to pass a ‘Medicare for all” system, in order to guarantee affordable health care for all, not only for those who can afford it.”

In spite of their previous support for Sanders’ plan, Harris now is in favour of a private option for those who want to continue with their current insurance plans.

“I’m not comfortable with Bernie’s plan, Harris said, referring to the East Hampton event film executive Jamie Patricof, according to Bloomberg. You distanced yourself from the democratic-socialist wing of her party by saying she “still believe[s] in capitalism,” despite the claim that “capitalism doesn’t work for most people.”

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Harris is just one of several Democratic presidential candidates, mining the Hamptons for donor dollars. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., had to Ind an event on the same night, as Harris’, and the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, and South Bend,., Mayor Pete Buttigieg upcoming trips.

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Sanders is not the only one to stay away from the opulent New York region. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., the decision not to have money established by wealthy benefactors in this time, Bloomberg.

Warren was also the target of a barb Assembly, not by Sanders, but by a prominent supporter of the at one of his campaign events.

Actress Susan Sarandon was the introduction of Sanders to an Iowa ice cream social, as you said, “He is someone who used to be a Republican,” Politically Holly Otterbein reported. The actress has mention any names, but Warren was a registered Republican in the mid-1990s.

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