VIDEO: Sanders blasts ‘the corporate wing of the Democratic Party’


COLUMBIA, S.C. — Bernie Sanders hit back Saturday at moderate Democrats unhappy that he’s contesting the party’s presidential nomination again.

“I want to say a few words about an interesting event that was held in Charleston earlier this week sponsored by a national organization called Third Way, that represents the corporate wing of the Democratic Party and a group that receives a substantial amount of their support from Wall Street,” Sanders told the South Carolina Democratic Party convention.

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“At this Third Way meeting I was called, ‘an existential threat’ to the Democratic Party,” he said. “Now why am I an existential threat? Well, maybe it’s because my administration will fight to take on the insurance companies and the drug companies and pass a ‘Medicare for All’ single-payer program.”

The Vermont senator and self-described socialist then pivoted to highlight his 2020 campaign platform of breaking up the power wielded by Wall Street banks, as well as the fossil fuel and defense contracting industries. He also vowed to introduce reforms to make public college more affordable and minimize student debt.

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