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Bernie Sanders Slams Bannon; Lays 'Accountability' Trap For Trump

"Let's be clear," as Bernie would say. No one on the Left thinks Trump has any intention of "helping the working class."

Bernie Sanders gave a speech at George Washington University last night, in which he promised to "hold Donald Trump accountable" for his promises to the working class at the end of his Presidential campaign.

Bernie isn't fooling anybody, and it's clear he knows that.

"We will find out very soon" if Trump meant what he said, Sanders reported.

"[Trump ran] certainly one of the most unusual campaigns ever won by a candidate, …Mr. Trump said a whole lot of things… and sometimes I think they’d just come off the top of his head!"

Sanders then addressed Trump directly:

"We have a list of everything you said, and we are going to hold you to account."

And a request to his audience:

"Pay attention to see what he now does. Whether or not everything he was saying to the working class of this country was hypocrisy…or sincere. ...Many Democrats will be prepared to work with Mr. Trump if he turns out to be sincere. If those promises turn out to be hollow … we will not only oppose his economic policies, we will expose those hypocrisies as well.”

I think we all know how this is going to turn out.

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