Bernie Sanders Calls For Trump To ‘Think About Resigning’ Over 2016 P****gate Tape – VIDEO

Everyone’s favorite socialist appeared on “CBS This Morning” Thursday. Bernie Sanders calls for Trump to “think about resigning” over p****gate tape.

Per Breitbart News:

Thursday on “CBS This Morning,” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) called on President Donald Trump to resign over the “Access Hollywood” that aired during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Sanders said, “Let me take it a little step further. We have a president of the United States who acknowledged on a tape widely seen all over the country that he’s assaulted women, so I would hope maybe the president of the United States might pay attention of what’s going on and also think about resigning. But if your point is it is not just Al Franken you are absolutely right.”

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The socialist crackpot is back. Doing anything he can to remain relevant in hopes of becoming the first 80-year-old president. Here are three words for Bernie: not gonna happen.

On another note Sanders did call for Al Franken to resign. He also made mention of a cultural revolution in this country. Trump stepping down from his position for something he said off the record years ago would certainly be a revolution. Not a good one either.

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