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Bernie Sanders Makes Best Case Yet Why Trump Is Worst President Ever (See!)

Sen. Bernie Sanders makes it clear why Donald Trump is the “worst president in the history of the United States.” Or to put it another way, he’s the best president in history… at being the worst president, Sanders allowed. That makes the mid-term elections in November also one of the most important in history. According to Sanders, one party rule in Washington has been devastating for the country. The House, Senate and White House are all controlled by the Republican Party....

Bernie Sanders Calls Donald Trump Tweets ‘Delusional, Insane’ (Watch!)

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Democratic candidate for president, told Conan O’Brien last night (Nov. 29) that President-elect Donald Trump’s rambling Tweets are “delusional and insane.” He also warned that Trump and the GOP are about to engage in a massive effort to suppress poor and minority votes. Sanders, who was defeated in the Democratic primary by Hillary Clinton, was responding to one of Trump’s off-the-wall claims that was widely denounced yesterday as an outright falsehood....

Bernie Backs Clinton on Millennials; Rejects Trump Smear Campaign

Bernie Sanders has rejected Donald Trump's claims that Hillary Clinton called millennial voters "basement dwellers" in a primary campaign shot at Sanders' supporters, who are backing Clinton by double digits in the latest scientific polls. “If you listen to the whole discussion that she had, a very important point that she made is that a lot of young people who went into debt, worked very hard to get a good education, can’t find a job commensurate to the education that they received,” he said. ...

Bernie Sanders Endorses Hillary Clinton; Ready to Campaign for Her (video)

Bernie Sanders, as expected, endorsed Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign today (July 12) at a political rally in New Hampshire. Sanders will campaign for Clinton against presumptive Republican candidate Donald Trump in a big boost for Clinton. Clinton made the announcement in a fund raising appeal this morning just before the she appeared with Sanders at the rally....

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders Dance Their Last Waltz on SNL (watch!)

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders dance their last waltz in a hilarious “Saturday Night Live” cold open. The two bitter Democratic presidential rivals let bygones be bygones but scheming Hillary has other plans for her political opponent. SNL regular Kate McKinnon reprised her role as Hillary and Larry David played the irascible Sanders. ...

Stephen Colbert Puts Nutty Wisconsin Primary in Perspective (watch!)

Stephen Colbert lapsed back into his “Comedy Central” form on the “Late Show” last night. How could he resist? He lampooned the results of the nutty Wisconsin primary and Republican presidential contender Donald Trump in particular. Trump gave the comedian plenty of material to work with by demonstrating his total lack of knowledge about the government he plans to take over if elected. ...

Larry David Gives SNL Political Punch With Bernie Sanders Skits (watch!)

Larry David, this week’s “Saturday Night Live” guest host, gave the show some political punch with his uproarious Bernie Sanders impersonation. He does a take-off of his own HBO show–with a twist–and plays a plutocrat on a sinking ship opposite Sanders himself. Feel the Bern! Sanders, the curmudgeonly Vermont Senator with stooped shoulders and grey hair, is tailor-made for David’s comedic skills. ...

Donald Trump Too Ungodly for Iowa GOP Voters; Will Ted Cruz Sink Party?

Donald Trump proved to be too ungodly for Iowa’s Republican caucus voters. Evangelicals lined up for Ted Cruz and handed him the victory in the Midwestern state. But Trump’s defeat sends up red flags about the Republican Party’s ability to win the general election. Cruz may play well with conservative and religious Midwestern voters, but among all the Republican candidates, he has the least ability to attract cross-over voters. He’ll need them to win in November....

Bernie Sanders Wins Big Union Backing, But Hillary Still Dominates

Bernie Sanders scored a major endorsement today (Dec. 17) from the Communications Workers of America (CWA), which has more than 700,000 members nationwide. But rival Hillary Clinton still holds a substantial lead among unions and Democrats, according to a new nationwide poll. Clinton was favored by 59 percent of those polled compared with 26 percent for Sanders and 4 percent for former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley....

Larry David Trumps The Donald in SNL Cold Open, Monologue (watch!)

Larry David was the star of “Saturday Night Live,” last night, even if Donald Trump was the host. David killed with his impression of Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders during the cold open and punched up Trump’s monologue with a cameo appearance. So when is he hosting the show? Runner up award goes to Kate McKinnon, who played a chameleon-like Hillary Clinton during the open....

Katy Perry Roars for Hillary Clinton; See Top Celebs Backing Candidate (video)

Katy Perry made it clear who she’s supporting for President with a high-energy performance at a Hillary Clinton rally in Des Moines, Iowa, a key early primary state. in addition to performing, she made an impassioned endorsement statement. Perry is one of almost two dozen high-profile celebrities who are backing Clinton’s 2016 campaign for president. See a list here. ...

Bernie Sanders Is Ok Being Called a Socialist: How Cool Is That? (watch!)

Bernie Sanders, the Independent U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential candidate doesn’t shudder, wince or hide his face when one of his right-wing detractors calls him a “socialist.” He told Stephen Colbert last night, he’s perfectly ok with the label. How cool is that? Sanders, who represents Vermont, would rather be called a “progressive” in the same vein as Franklin Roosevelt....

Sweet Baby James Taylor Endorses Hillary Clinton, Lauds President Obama

James Taylor, the iconic folk-rock singer has followed every president since Dwight Eisenhower in the 1950s, and he’s sold on President Obama as the best chief executive in our time. Hillary Clinton, he says, also gets his endorsement. The five-time Grammy Award winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee has sung about social issues since the start of his career in the 1970s....