Listen: Bernie Sanders, President Trump And Medicare discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Because it turns out that Bernie Sanders who is constantly saying that millionaires aren't paying enough. They're not giving their fair share. They're not helping people out Bernie Sanders who who's really generous when it comes to your money. Bernie Sanders who knows how to spend your money. Like, no other turns out, he barely gives anything to charity. He has only once barely given more than four percent of his income to charity twice given a little more than three percent twice. He's given about two and a half percent and five times he's given less than two percent of his income to charity. He's so generous when it comes to other people's money. He wants the appearance of being this generous charitable person. Everything will be free. We're going to give everything away for free. It doesn't want the reality of forking over his own money. No, no, no. He's going to fork over your money. Now, this is a good line. We'll be able to hit him with it. I don't think it's going to really affect his standing in the democrat primaries. And by the way, he is currently at the top of the heap. I still don't think he's going to go all the way. But he's now running a different campaign than he was running before. Bernie Sanders is now running to win. He's not running an ideological pure campaign. He's not running a campaign to send a message to change the democrat party. Bernie Sanders is now running to win. How do we know that because he went on Fox News? He went out to reach a lot of those voters who used to like, Bernie, then they like Trump maybe now they'll like Bernie again, not the law taste, sipping liberal, Los Angeles people, but former Democrats who have now gone over to Republicans that he wants to win back. He goes, and he does this town hall and President Trump was unhappy about this the whole affair went relatively well. And in especially when well for one of Bernie Sanders key policies. Medicare for all look at how they respond to bury his proposal of Medicare for role. I"