Joe Biden: ‘Senator Sanders and I…Share a Common Vision’

By CNSNews.com Staff | March 18, 2020 | 10:13am EDT
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(CNSNews.com) - Former Vice President Joe Biden--who won the Democratic primaries in Florida, Illinois and Arizona yesterday—gave a video-only victory speech from his home in Delaware last night in which he vowed that he and Sen. Bernie Sanders “share a common vision.”

“And we’re doing it with a common vision,” Biden said.

“Senator Sanders and I may disagree on tactics,” he said, “but we share a common vision: for the need to provide affordable health care for all Americans, reducing [common equity][?] that has risen so drastically, to tackling the existential threat of our time, climate change.  

“Senator Sanders and his supporters have brought a remarkable passion and tenacity to all of these issues,” Biden said, “and together they have shifted the fundamental conversation in this country.

“So,” Biden said, “let me say especially to the young voters who have been inspired by Senator Sanders: I hear you. I know what’s at stake. I know what we have to do.”





 

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