Sanders stumps for Dems, knocks Trump in Milwaukee stop

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders speaking at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, in Madison, on July 1, 2015. Photo by Michelle Stocker, The Capital Times
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders speaking at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum, in Madison, on July 1, 2015. Photo by Michelle Stocker, The Capital Times

MILWAUKEE -- Sen. Bernie Sanders swung away Monday at President Donald Trump as he fired up young Milwaukeeans to vote for Democratic candidates on Nov. 6.
“Virtually every president in recent years understood his job was to bring us together,” the Vermont Independent said at a Dem rally at UW-Milwaukee. “Now we have a president who for cheap political reasons thinks he can get votes by dividing us. Mr. Trump, we are not going backwards, we are going forwards.”
Sanders, who won the Wisconsin primary but lost the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, spoke of Americans who “put their lives o...

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