Sanders calls on Trump to apologize for campaign rhetoricBy Darlene Powers Nov 19, 2016
The organizers behind the rally, which was planned months before the election and initially slated as a demonstration against the the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership, a pact President Barack Obama has championed but has been rejected by many progressives who are leery of expansive free trade bill.
"As long as any child in America lives in poverty, as long as any child in America lives in fear, as long as any child, not just here but in the world, faces these challenges, there is work to do", she said.
Sanders was also very clear on where he disagreed with Trump, saying, "there are places where there can be no compromise - racism, homophobia, sexism, Islamophobia". Bernie Sanders signaled Thursday he's a willing ally if President-elect Donald Trump follows through on a number of promises to working Americans.
He also called on Trump to pull back his recent appointment of Bannon, a Breitbart News executive, as a top White House strategist.
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"I saw so many handsome people, especially young people, black, white, Latino, Asian-American, Native American, incredibly lovely people who want to make this country into the country that we all know it can become, not only trying to wipe out prejudice, but create an economy that works for all of us, not just the 1%", Sanders explained. "And I hope that he would do it by rescinding his nomination of Mr. Bannon". "For the first time ever, a broad consensus emerged about the importance of affordable quality child care and paid family leave", Clinton said, referring to the Trump campaign's proposals in those areas. Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced criminal investigations during their presidential campaigns. "It was about the country we love and about building an America that is hopeful, inclusive and bighearted".
"We have a middle class which is in decline, we have massive levels of income and wealth inequality, and we have a President-elect Trump who concerns many, many people", he continued, noting that Clinton beat Trump in the popular vote by many hundreds of thousands of votes.
Several Clinton advisers have blamed the primary campaign with Sanders for weakening Clinton's candidacy in the general election, a suggestion Sanders dismissed. On Wednesday night, in remarks at George Washington University, Sanders suggested he could have won. "How we go about doing it, I don't know". I am too, more than I can ever express. "Right now the country is facing enormous crises" of income inequality and rising unemployment, Sanders said, that merit more concern. As the crowd chanted "Bernie!"
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