Bernie Sanders News Roundup Week Ending 4/10/2016 | Blog#42

My Bernie Sanders News Roundup, Week Ending 4/10/2016 includes a panel discussion in Harlem.

The transcript for this interview is available here.


Bernie answers an antisemitic question at a town hall in Harlem, 4/9/2016:


Bernie Sanders on CNN’s State of The Union:



Bernie Sanders interview on CBS’ Face The Nation, April 10, 2016


Bernie Sanders was interviewed by Spike Lee this week:

Bernie Sanders took part in a panel discussion at the famed Apollo Theater in Harlem. The panel included actors Harry Belafonte, Spike Lee, as well as Senator Nina Turner and the late Eric Garner’s daughter, Erica.

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President Obama was interviewed on Fox News, April 10, 2016.


Fox News Extras:

Lightning round of questions to President Obama | Chris Wallace, Fox News, April 10, 2016 – President Obama was asked about his biggest regret:

https://youtu.be/1dMDyJMPS8s?t=40m44s


 

Carter dismisses Clinton’s State work

Former President Carter says Hillary Clinton “took very little action” as secretary of State to bring about peace.

Carter, 89, made the remark about the former secretary of State and 2016 Democratic front-runner in a phone interview with Time magazine Wednesday night after he spoke at the Civil Rights Summit in Austin, Texas.

John Kerry has been successful as secretary of State, Carter said, because President Obama has been deeply involved in the foreign policy issues of his second term.

“In this occasion, when Secretary Clinton was Secretary of State, she took very little action to bring about peace. It was only John Kerry’s coming into office that reinitiated all these very important and crucial issues,” he said.

Read the rest of this article on TheHill.com


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