Bernie Sanders returning to Grand Prairie to rally Democrats against Donald Trump

Oceane Deschanel
Abril 18, 2017

Other confirmed attendees are Texas Democrats chairman Gilberto Hinojosa, Tarrant County Democratic Party chairwoman Deborah Peoples and Dallas County Democratic Party chairman Carol Donovan.

Sanders also criticized lawmakers for what he saw as a failure to sufficiently help James Thompson, a civil rights lawyer and veteran, in last week's special election when he ran for the Kansas U.S. House seat vacated by Central Intelligence Agency chief Mike Pompeo.

So, what you're seeing in Kansas, what you're seeing in Georgia, I believe you're going to see it in Montana, I believe you're going to see it all over this country, is the many so-called red states, working people are going to wake up and say, wait a second. Democrats will win future special elections in states like Kansas by matching the motivated electorate that Sanders is talking about with a party infrastructure that can organize them and get them out to vote. "And we're proud to have champions like Senator Bernie Sanders and DNC Deputy Chair Keith Ellison in our corner".

Asked about support for the strike from within the Democratic Party and even former Obama administration officials, Sanders said the Syria strike, as well as the U.S. dropping one of its largest non-nuclear bombs in Afghanistan, were ineffective for problems that required a multilateral, diplomatic solution.

The circuit is officially named the "Come Together and Fight Back" tour.

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But Stephens remained at large as the hunt for him expanded nationwide, police said. "I am sorry that all of this has happened". Earlier today police issued a warning to people in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and NY to be on the lookout.

"This is part of our effort to revitalize the Democratic Party, to turn it into a grass-roots party - to tell people that Donald Trump's agenda is not what he promised them", Sanders said in the Post interview.

Even those who staunchly supported Sanders in the presidential race acknowledge the awkwardness of Sanders's decision to remain an independent after the primary. "Bernie is Bernie. Whether he has an "I" or a "D" after his name ... nobody cares". He'll also be a force in helping to elect Democrats in Congress as well as in gubernatorial and state legislature elections. "I have been on airlines many, many times where people have been asked to leave".

"Democrats in the valley are progressive and they are pro-Sanders".

"You come out of the gate and this is who you're dragging around with you", said one former DNC official.

"If he wants to make changes to our party, he should join it", the official said.

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