Bernie Sanders puts the gloves on to battle Donald Trump in 2020

WASHINGTON – The presidential campaign that kicked off on Saturday has Bernie Sanders throwing in his two cents in Brooklyn, saying that he is nothing like the New Yorker President Donald Trump.

According to Mr. Sanders, he is the best Democratic candidate to beat President Trump in 2020.

The Democratic hopefuls for the 2020 presidential position have often taken different approaches to President Donald Trump.

Several wouldn’t even say his name, and many others simply avoided him, then still others made and continue to offer implicit criticism regarding Trump’s presidency.

Bernie Sanders never failed to capitalize on an opportunity to giving a job to President Trump, just like he did back in Brooklyn college while giving a speech, he went as far as to say that “President Trump is the most dangerous president in modern American history” he continued to say that Donald Trump simply wants to “divide us up”.

Mr. Sanders, for those of you who aren’t aware, is a senator from Vermont, and in the past made an effort to position himself to oppose the Donald Trump administration and their policies from immigration to climate change.

Sanders comes from Flatbush, which is a Jewish middle-class community, compared to billionaire President Trump who came from Queens.

Bernie Sanders said at one point “I did not have a father who gave me millions of dollars to build luxury skyscrapers, country clubs, and casinos”.

Sanders said that the only thing he got as a kid was a “$0.25 per week allowance.”

Bernie Sanders made the point that he came from a “family who knew all too well the frightening powers corporate employers had over everyday workers”.

He also added in a speech that he did not come from a “privileged family” to entertain people on television by telling workers *you’re fired”.

President Donald Trump gave a two-hour speech back in 2016 when the Republicans gained victory of the White House, although at that particular speech he never mentioned Bernie Sanders, but he did speak against socialism, portraying the Democratic party as “being out of touch with the American people”, keep in mind that Bernie Sanders is a “self-described socialist”.

President Trump voiced very openly that “socialism is not about the environment, that it is not about Justice, and it is not about virtue”.

Trump said, “we know the future does not belong to those who believe in socialism”.

Even VP Pence refer to Bernie Sanders as an “avowed socialist“.

Mr. Bernie Sanders has entered the presidential race at a time that bears very little resemblance to the bid back in 2016.

The Democratic party is moving forward since the election of President Donald Trump, looking for that candidate who could take him out from the presidential office.

“We are seeing that quite a few of Bernie Sanders ideas are being embraced by the mainstream media and the Democratic party”, sources say.

Mr. B Sanders has joined a team of Democrats which include liberal candidates such as Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, some feel that she shares quite similar sensibilities as Sanders.

Bernie Sanders launched his political campaign back in Brooklyn and Elizabeth Warren campaign within Waterloo and even Iowa, Warren was questioned repeatedly regarding Mr. Sanders, she said that they were close colleagues and friends before they entered the Senate, however at the time Elizabeth Warren has not endorsed Bernie Sanders back in the 2016 election, till this day the anger persists that Warren did not support Sanders.

Warren said, “I’m going to be blunt, we cannot go back to 2016, we have to keep our focus on how we’re going to win in 2020.”

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