>> Let me be very honest with you and tell you that I do not know a heck of a lot about British politics, but I do know a lot about my brother Larry Sanders.>> Bernie Sanders is endorsing the Green Party candidate, but Hillary Clinton doesn't have to worry.
This campaign trail is in rural England, and the candidate happens to be Bernie's brother, Larry. He's contesting the Whitney seat vacated by former Prime Minister David Cameron, who's quitting politics after his Brexit downfall.>> In Whitney, I'm Reuters reporter Julian Satterthwaite. This is the Cotswolds it's better know for cream teas and thatched cottages.
It's a long way from the razzmataz of the US presidential election. But now Larry Sanders a bringing a little bit of political celebrity. He's lived in the UK for 48 years, led here by a youthful romance. In a safe, conservative seat, the affable Oxford academic has even less chance of winning than Bernie did.
But he said the politics isn't so different.>> A lot of people are fed up. They haven't been treated well. And in the same way here there are a lot of people blaming immigrants for what is the fault of really rotten politics and very rich people running the country to a large extent.
>> Larry Sanders spent 12 weeks with his brother during the nomination race. He got his endorsement in first.>> It is with enormous pride that I cast my vote for Bernie Sanders.>> Now Larry will vote for a Hillary presidency, grudgingly.>> So far the polls look like Trump has shot himself and I'm pleased with that.
>> Larry's result comes earlier, this Thursday. He probably won't be celebrating victory. Like his brother though, he shows no signs of giving up.