Bernie Sanders Booed For Referring To Joe Biden’s ‘Terrible Trade Agreements’ At Democratic Debate
In his defense for giving gun manufacturers a pass throughout his voting record as senator, Sanders fought back by saying, “Joe has voted for terrible trade agreements.”
Bernie Sanders defended giving gun manufacturers a pass by saying Joe Biden voted for bad trade agreements, and Joe was NOT having it. Bernie went on to say his position on gun control has evolved over time #DemDebate pic.twitter.com/c32uiv8g9V
— MTV NEWS (@MTVNEWS) February 26, 2020
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He later went on to continue defending his actions, saying that his voting record on guns were “bad votes,” and that he now has a D- rating by the National Rifle Association. He also credited former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg for his “aggressive” action against gun violence.
“The American people now understand that we must be aggressive on gun safety, not be dictated to by the NRA and I am proud that I have a D-minus rating from the NRA. If elected, it will get worse than that,” he said.
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