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Electability Haunts Sanders

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Electability Haunts Sanders

Electability Haunts Sanders

Bernie Sanders is going all-out to persuade voters he can win a general election.

Virtually every poll since 2016 has shown Bernie Sanders would beat Donald Trump.

Sanders’ aides know that some Democrats don’t buy it.

According to Politico, doubters can’t picture rural Americans putting a 78-year-old democratic socialist in the White House.

Time and time again, Sanders fans told Politico they did not think a far-left candidate could beat Donald Trump.

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