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Biden calls out Sanders after supporters reportedly targeted union: 'Find out who the hell they are'

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Biden calls out Sanders after supporters reportedly targeted union: 'Find out who the hell they are'Former Vice President Joe Biden called out 2020 presidential rival Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., after the Culinary Union complained that Sanders’ supporters “viciously attacked” them.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders condemned any of his supporters making “vicious personal attacks” against others. According to Politico, Nevada’s Culinary Union offered criticism over his Medicare for All proposal. Afterwards, two top union officials received threatening messages over the phone, email and...

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