Sanders: Trump “Most Dangerous President” in History

"Bernie Sanders" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Despite the Democrat Party’s disastrous management of their Iowa caucus, left-wing 2020 candidates have not stopped their campaigns. The contenders who remain are still attempting to convince Americans that they have what it takes to successfully challenge President Trump in this year’s general election.

Jane & Bernie Sanders by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

Jane & Bernie Sanders” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Socialist and 2020 Democrat Bernie Sanders is most outspoken in his hatred and animosity towards the president. On multiple occasions, the socialist senator makes remarks which are unfounded and untrue. Like other members of his corrupt party, Sanders will say anything that he thinks will hurt the president, regardless of whether or not his statements are warranted.

During a CNN town hall earlier this week, Sanders branded Trump as the “most dangerous” president, reports Fox News. Furthermore, the 2020 Democrat professed that his candidacy poses the greatest threat to the incumbent commander-in-chief.

A Closer Look at Sanders’ Lies About Trump

Since the inception of President Trump’s time in office, he has consistently gone to bat for the American people. From record unemployment lows to tax cuts, trade deals, and the protection of healthcare, Trump’s agenda is all about putting America first. No matter what the Democrats say, they cannot erase the president’s accomplishments and success.

Despite the reality and documented facts, Democrats continue to misrepresent and fearmonger about the president. This is why Sanders accused Trump of being the “most dangerous” president in modern history. In further remarks at the CNN town hall, the socialist candidate also professed that he has the “strongest campaign” to end Trump’s presidency.

While Sanders is awfully sure of himself, the same cannot be said for others within the Democrat Party. A considerable amount of folks on the left believe that Sanders’ radical rhetoric and policies will be too alienating in a general election. Remember, the socialist candidate is on record admitting that he doesn’t know how much his own healthcare plan costs, yet he thinks he can make Trump a one-term president.

The Current State of the Sanders Campaign

At this time, Sanders has moved on from Iowa to New Hampshire. Similarly to others within his party, the 2020 Democrat is hoping to win the state’s primary election. In recent weeks, there have been talks about whether or not Sanders will wind up surpassing Biden and ultimately winning the Democrat Party’s nomination.

Bernie Sanders by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

Bernie Sanders” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Whether or not Sanders wins the nomination will only be revealed in time. However, President Trump has repeatedly confirmed that it doesn’t really matter who he faces in the general election. The 45th president is admittedly confident in his ability to beat any Democrat and go on to win re-election.

What do you make of Bernie Sanders’ statements about Trump? Do you think he’s the “most dangerous” president in modern history? Let us know in the comments section below!