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Bernie Sanders reaches out to working-class voters in a five-state swing

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Published on April 15, 2019 - Duration: 01:04s

Bernie Sanders reaches out to working-class voters in a five-state swing

U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders holds rallies across five battleground states that voted for Donald Trump in the last election.

Sanders blasted the president for "lying" to voters when he promised to stand up for working-class families.

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Bernie Sanders reaches out to working-class voters in a five-state swing

(ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has a message for voters: Donal Trump has failed working-class families.

Sanders says he is determined not to let it happen again.

He told supporters in Pittsburg on Sunday (April 14) that he was visiting the battleground states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana and Ohio on a mission to keep the president from winning another term in office.

He said, "Donald Trump has told literally thousands of lies since he began his campaign, and since he has been in the White House.

But the biggest lie that he told the people of Pennsylvania and the people of Vermont and people all across this country, the biggest lie, was that he was gonna stand up for working families and take on the establishment.

That was a monstrous lie." The senator from Vermont has led the field of Democratic contenders in fundraising so far in 2019, raising $18.2 million in the first quarter.

Sanders' campaign said it received an average donation of $20 during the first quarter.

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