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Bernie Sanders rips Trump over comments about election integrity

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Bernie Sanders rips Trump over comments about election integrity2020 Elections Bernie Sanders rips Trump over comments about election integrity “Trump’s strategy to delegitimize this election and to stay in office if he loses is not complicated,” the Vermont senator contended. Bernie Sanders outlined a number of action items that he argued might help alleviate chaos surrounding the election. | John Locher/AP Photo By CAITLIN OPRYSKO 09/24/2020 03:10 PM EDT Facebook Twitter Link Link Copied More Mail Reddit WhatsApp Sen. Bernie Sanders tore into President Donald Trump on Thursday, delivering an indictment of the president’s recent comments that doubted the integrity of the November election and portraying him as an imminent threat to democracy. “It is...
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