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  • Rep. Jayapal: Progressives are fighting to deliver the President’s agenda

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  • Bernie Sanders: Republicans are not serious about anything that’s significant

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  • ‘Be bold, go big’: Sen. Bernie Sanders on how Democrats can hold onto power

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  • ‘Extraordinary’: Bernie Sanders welcomes McConnell’s ‘concerns’ on corporations

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  • Sanders: ‘There’s not one Republican who will support a $15 minimum wage’

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  • Bernie Sanders on Covid relief bill: ‘Now is not the time to count pennies’

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  • ‘Unconscionable:’ Bernie Sanders reacts to delay in passage of Covid relief bill

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  • Bernie: Charles Koch should undo his damage by using his money for ‘justice’

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  • Bernie: Americans want a president who won’t argue with Leslie Stahl or Dr. Fauci

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  • Sanders: Take Trump threat to U.S. democracy seriously

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  • Biden’s DNC brings together Bernie Sanders and John Kasich

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Sanders to Democratic establishment: You must win voters who represent the future

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Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., said that he will remain in the Democratic presidential race and debate former Vice President Joe Biden. He claimed that his campaign has "won the ideological debate," but it is "losing the debate over electability."