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The argument that I make is whether it's Donald Trump, Hilary Clinton, or Bernie Sanders, if you want votes you've got to talk to the needs of people, that's how, that's what democracy is about. And I believe that any candidate, Secretary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, who is prepared to stand up and say you know what, we have to take on the billionaire class.
That it's absurd that almost all the income and wealth goes to them. That we need healthcare for all people as a right, like every other major country does. That we need to make public colleges and universities tuition free by putting a tax on Wall Street speculation. That we need a carbon tax on the fossil fuel industry because climate change is threatening this whole planet.
I think any candidate who comes up with that perspective will excite people and will win the election.