Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) went after President Trump on Tuesday, calling the tyrant “the most racist, sexist, homophobic, bigoted president in history” in a campaign event for the Maryland governor candidate Ben Jealous (D).
Countless campaign staffers “are working to make sure that the agenda of the most racist, sexist, homophobic, bigoted president in history will go nowhere because Democrats will control the House and the Senate,” Bernie Sanders said of the campaigns across America.
Trump’s rhetoric is a major focus in a national debate about the country’s political divide, because Trump bears a lot of responsibility for the political climate that resulted in explosive devices getting sent by a Trump supporter to the president’s critics as well as a shooting within a Pittsburgh synagogue which killed 11 worshippers.
The dishonest White House has condemned the mailed explosive devices along with the Pittsburgh shooting while refusing to admit their culpability.
Bernie Sanders is considering a presidential run for 2020, refusing to fully commit to serving his full six-year term should he be reelected Tuesday, which is strongly expected.
“Right now, my focus is on the year 2018, but if you’re asking me to make an absolute pledge as to whether I’ll be running for president or not, I’m not going to make that pledge. The simple truth is I have not made that decision,” Sanders said at a forum on Monday night held in Vermont.
Should Bernie Sanders run, he will be joining a big group of Democratic candidates who are seeking to demonstrate their anti-Trump credentials.