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Bernie Sanders Uses Giant Donald Trump Tweet Prop As He Fights to ‘Save’ Obamacare



Senator Bernie Sanders used Donald Trump’s own tweets against him, brandishing a huge cardboard prop of one of Trump’s tweets on the Senate floor. The stunt comes as Sanders is positioning himself to be the champion of all social programs in America from Social Security to Obamacare. This makes sense — he is a Socialist after all.


“Millions of people voted for him on the belief that he would keep his word, ” said Sanders in his Senate speech on Wednesday. “If he was sincere, then I would hope that tomorrow or maybe today he could send out a tweet and tell his Republican colleagues to stop wasting their time and all of our time. And for Mr. Trump to tell the American people that he will veto any proposal that cuts Medicare, that cuts Medicaid or that cuts Social Security.”

The above tweet from then candidate Donald Trump which he posted back in May was at the center of Senator Sanders’ presentation on the Senate floor Wednesday. In it President Elect Trump promised to protect Social Security, Medicare & Medicaid.

In the tweet below, Bernie Sanders called on Donald Trump to keep his word.

And here Senator Sanders declares that he will not let Trump “divide” the American people.

In the following tweets Senator Bernie Sanders makes his intention to “save” Obamacare from being repealed by the Republican led Congress clear:

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