So you're saying there's a chance
Winning enough pledged delegates is "not impossible."
Income inequality and political inequality
In the 2014 election, "80 percent of poor people did not vote."
He's correct, using narrowest definition
"In last week’s debate, Bernie questioned Hillary’s commitment to fighting climate change because a whopping 0.2 percent of the money given to our campaign has come from employees of oil and gas companies. Not even 2 percent, mind you: 0.2 percent."
Expert: 'One-time gimmick'
"Andrew Jackson was the last president who actually balanced the federal budget, where we had no national debt."
She's in better shape now than Obama was then
"When I withdrew in June of 2008, polls were showing that at least 40 percent of my supporters said, oh, they weren't going to support Sen. Obama."
Impossible moving forward, possible looking back
"Ted Cruz is mathematically out of winning the race."
A nuanced position
"When this campaign began, I said that we’ve got to end the starvation minimum wage of $7.25, raise it to $15. Secretary Clinton said let's raise it to $12."
As best as the imperfect disclosure rules show
"I remain one of the poorer members of the United States Senate."
The support comes with conditions
Says Hillary Clinton supported and continues to "support fracking."
It's a lot of money
"The largest U.S. companies would owe $620 billion in U.S. taxes on the cash they store in tax havens."
Maybe not exactly, but close
"I have 2 and a half million more votes than he (Sanders) does."
"It’s actually easier for the United States to get flight manifests from E.U. nations than it is for E.U. nations to get them from their own neighbors, thanks to an agreement the U.S. negotiated when I was secretary of state."
Remnants of the Cold War
"To this day, (the Cuban government) is a regime that provides safe harbor to terrorists and fugitives."
Not quite the same thing
Senate Democrats "have never held up a Supreme Court nomination."
Media can't get enough of Trump
Says Donald "Trump got, you know, $1.8 billion worth of free media. I got, like, none."
He liked the concept, not the details
"I opposed TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) and have always opposed TPP."
He voted that way; significance is up for debate
In 2006, Bernie Sanders "voted in the House with hard-line Republicans for indefinite detention for undocumented immigrants, and then he sided with those Republicans to stand with vigilantes known as Minutemen who were taking up outposts along the border to hunt down immigrants."
Data still has merit, but is growing old
"If you look at Latino kids between 17 and 20 who graduated high school, 36 percent of them are unemployed or underemployed. … African-American kids are unemployed or underemployed to the tune of 51 percent."
Not so blunt, but a clear preference
When Honduran children came into this country, "Secretary Clinton said send them back."
Right on numbers, but worth a grain of salt
"Almost every poll has shown that Sanders vs. Trump does a lot better than Clinton vs. Trump … and, that’s true nationally."
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