Bernie Sanders on Friday told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that there is “a lot of Christians” who are “looking for the worst” in President Donald Trump, and said he would “never” endorse him if he did.
The Vermont senator, who won the Democratic presidential nomination last year, also made a statement to CNN that he does not support Trump’s Muslim travel ban, which he argued is unconstitutional.
Sanders has also said he thinks Trump’s immigration ban will help bring the Muslim world closer together, and he is now trying to persuade Democratic voters that he has a more compassionate and compassionate vision of America’s role in the world.
“The Middle East is a hotbed for extremism and a hot spot for extremism.
It is not the United States that is going to change the world,” Sanders said on “Morning Joseph” on Friday.
“I believe in a very different vision for America and a different vision of American leadership than what Donald Trump has been trying to put forth.”
Sanders, who spoke at the Democratic National Convention on Saturday in Philadelphia, said his message to Democrats in 2018 is that they “can be successful if we all join together in standing up for what is right.”
“I want to take this opportunity to thank my family, my friends, my colleagues in Congress, my administration and especially the American people who have given me the best support that I’ve ever had,” Sanders told “Morning Maria” on “Maria, the Morning Joe.”
“We are going to win.”