Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is giving it one other go for the U.S. presidential nomination, this time for the 2020 race.
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The unbiased senator made the announcement Tuesday, saying he’ll run for president within the 2020 presidential election race, in response to Vermont Public Radio (VPR) and the New York Occasions.
The 77-year-old misplaced his bid for the celebration’s presidential nomination within the 2016 White Home race in opposition to Hillary Clinton.
“I wished to let the folks of the state of Vermont learn about this primary,” Sanders advised VPR. “And what I promise to do is, as I am going across the nation, is to take the values that each one of us in Vermont are pleased with — a perception in justice, in group, in grassroots politics, on the town conferences — that’s what I’m going to hold throughout this nation.”
“I believe the present occupant of the White Home is a humiliation to our nation,” Sanders mentioned. “I believe he’s a pathological liar. … I additionally suppose he’s a racist, a sexist, a homophobe, a xenophobe, someone who’s gaining low-cost political factors by attempting to choose on minorities, usually undocumented immigrants.”
Sanders is working in opposition to different notable candidates, corresponding to New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, California Senator Kamala Harris and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
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