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Bernie Sanders Says Trump Would Support Medicare for All if He Thought He Could Get ‘Five More Votes’ Out of It

Mediaite Friday, 16 October 2020
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spoke to Dean Obeidallah about President Donald Trump's growing desperation during the 2020 election-- noting that he would likely support Medicare For All if he thought he could get "five more votes" out of it. 
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