Bernie Sanders blasts 'reckless and dangerous' Trump for

Alvin Kelly
May 18, 2017

Never say never, he says, adding that if duty calls, he might get back in the game, something he said he didn't think he would do after exiting politics for Lehman Brothers and the Fox News Channel back in 2000.

Kasich said the FBI investigation into the Trump administration needs to be completed in order to move forward.

"The things that have swirled around this White House are the reasons that caused me not to. support [Trump] both in the primary and going into that Republican convention".

"I'm not a psychiatrist", Sanders said, "but there's something odd going on, I think, with Mr. Trump. there has never been a president or a candidate who has lied all the time".

Late Tuesday, NPR reported that an associate of Comey's who is familiar with the matter confirmed the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director memorialized the conversation with Trump in a memo he wrote immediately after their Oval Office conversation on February 14. Now more than ever we need to make public any recordings from the Oval Office.

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"I don't want to speculate at this point", said Kasich. "I think he's a smart guy, but something else is going on [especially given his] affection for [Russian President Vladimir] Putin". Rob Portman told me.

Sanders, for his part, was more harsh with his criticism. The Vermont senator, who has always been critical of Trump's words and actions during the presidency (and well before), spoke out to make several requests for the future.

"I think John is thinking about becoming a democratic socialist", Sanders quipped in a reference to his own political identification. This is too serious a problem to run away from.

"It is very important that we get to the bottom of this".

"I believe this is not a time for Republicans to hide, and I also don't think it's a time for Democrats to exploit", said Kasich. Ron Johnson put it, "Do we do it as one big package, try to come to agreement on all those issues?"

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