Democrats in deep confusion as Hillary Clinton Slams Sanders for the Chaotic state
Hillary Clinton said in a podcast interview on Friday that after the lengthy 2016 primary, Senator Bernie Sanders and his supporters did not do enough to unify the Democratic Party, calling his supporters ‘ actions “distressing” and claiming it influenced the general election.
“All the way up until the end, a lot of people highly identified with his campaign were urging people to vote third party, urging people not to vote,” Mrs. Clinton said in an interview with Emily Tisch Sussman for her podcast “Your Primary Playlist.” “It had an impact.”
Hillary Clinton drew a sharp distinction between her efforts to bring the party together in 2008 after her bruising primary battle with Ex President Barack Obama and Sen. Sander’s efforts in 2016: “Night and day,” she said.
And she warned against party disunity when facing off against an incumbent President Trump in 2020.
“That cannot happen again,” she said. “I don’t care who the nominee is. I don’t care. As long as it’s somebody who can win, and as long as it’s somebody who understands politics is the art of addition, not subtraction.”
Last week, Clinton caused a stir when footage from an upcoming documentary revealed her saying of Mr. Sanders, “Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he has done nothing.”
Clinton also sounded off on the Iowa caucuses — which will be held on Monday and which Mr. Sanders leads in some polls — as “undemocratic,” because the voting is limited to a single winter evening, making them hard to attend for people with night shifts at work, like nurses, or parents who need child care. (The Iowa Democratic Party has added several dozen “satellite” caucuses this year, at locations like hospitals and nursing homes, in an effort to expand accessibility.)
“It is a very undemocratic way of picking a nominee,” Mrs. Clinton said, adding, “it just makes no sense.”
Clinton lost Iowa in 2008 to Mr. Obama but won the caucuses narrowly over Mr. Sanders in 2016. “I’ll be happy to see the primaries start rolling around because that’s a much easier way for people to participate and for the outcomes to be much clearer,” she said.
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