Bernie Sanders can really bust a move & has a mancrush on Harry Styles

This is just a cute Friday story all around, and I think it’s refreshing to talk about Bernie Sanders after Donald Trump has dominated the political scene for months. Bernie held his own during Tuesday night’s Democratic Debate on CNN. He and Hillary Clinton had a nice handshake moment, and he supported her during the controversial email question. Plus he gave the best answer to the Black Lives Matter question, so everything is coming up Bernie.

Bernie pre-taped a visit to Ellen DeGeneres for her Thursday show, and he played along remarkably with her show’s vibe. He’s not usually the gregarious type, and he doesn’t like chit chat or any interview questions that aren’t about the issues. Which again, is nice because Trump has dominated the media with insults about other candidates. Bernie did lighten up for Ellen, and he walked onstage dancing! It was adorable, really, and it humanized him even more than he’s already done during his serious speeches.

Ellen’s questions were typically low-key, like asking Bernie to name his own Ben & Jerry’s flavor (he said “Bern Bernie Bern”). He also praised Ellen for bringing “the American people” some “very positive energy,” which is true. Ellen is nothing if not disarmingly positive. And then the best question of the show happened. Which One Direction member is Harry’s favorite of the bunch? He answered correctly — Harry Styles. Thank goodness he didn’t pick Zayn. People would read into Sneaky Zayn too much as a choice. But everyone loves Harry! Good choice, Bernie.

Harry Styles

Bernie Sanders

Harry Styles

Photos courtesy of The Ellen Show & WENN

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  1. sarah says:

    I ship it

  2. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    I’m disgusted with him for saying in the debates that he was tired of the discussions about Hillary’s emails. She broke the f***ing law. She lied about numerous times. But he’s “tired of hearing about it.” Way to tow the party line, Bernie. Who cares if our next president is a criminal? I thought he was different, but it’s the same old sludge from the same old sludge pile. I don’t find that “cute.”

    • Kcatboston says:

      He explained himself really well in an interview after. The DNC has already severely cut the number of debates. People want to hear candidates debate the issues not listen to Hillary defend herself. It’s not like she’s going to have an epiphany on stage and admit she was wrong so why waste time on it. It’s being handled by the authorities and the GOP isn’t going to let it go. I want to hear what the candidates have to say and how they differentiate themselves not listen to her deflect blame. He didn’t say it doesn’t matter, just that it’s not the time or place to discuss it.

      • MND says:

        Yes. Bernie’s thing is debating the issues and discussing policy. There’re plenty of other people prepared to mount attacks on Clinton’s character.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        He gave her a pass and the people in the audience applauded. It looked like he was saying that it didn’t matter or that she didn’t do anything wrong. I don’t care what he said afterwards. The damage is done. She SHOULD have to answer those questions in a national debate, whether you and Bernie are tired of talking about it or not. People need to see her trying to defend the indefensible, or she’s going to be the candidate. This is how she gets away with every immoral and illegal thing she does – she deflects and waits it out, people get bored and move on. If we end up with Donald Trump as President, we can thank people like Bernie who don’t want to “waste time” on the fact that our next President should be in jail.

      • Luca76 says:

        Exactly, and she didn’t break the law as it was all legal it was arrogant and careless for sure but not illegal.

    • K says:

      First of all she didn’t break the law, she was shady yes but it wasn’t illegal. If she was legally required to have a state department email they would have had one set up and it was never done because it wasn’t required. Now should it be? OF COURSE! But at the time it wasn’t.

      Also we have so few debates, and Bernie Sanders has spent his career fighting for issues, he probably figures he won’t get the nomination but he can be the person to force the issues to be discussed. AND HE HAS DONE THAT LIKE NO ONE ELSE ON EITHER SIDE.

      Sorry but no the debate wasn’t the time for the Hillary past offenses show it was for all the canidates to speak and discuss issues so we know where they stand and what they would ideally like to do.

      And one final thing I really like Bernie! He seems honest, straight forward and coming from a place of wanting to do his job and right by the citizens. I don’t know if he will win but I hope so.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Seriously? It is against the law for a government employee to send confidential information over an unsecured system. She said she didn’t. She said she gave all work related emails to the Justice Department, then hired a professional to wipe her server clean. Because all it had on it now we’re Chelsea’s wedding plans and her yoga schedules. Right. Unfortunately for her, classified emails from her to other parties were found in the records of honest other parties who actually turned over the documents they were supposed to. And the person she hired to wipe her server wasn’t as good as she hoped, so pieces of emails that she hadn’t turned over were reconstructed. More classified documents.
        But please, bury your head in the sand and pretend she’s just this poor little woman everybody picks on all the time just because they hate her. She’s relying on the stupidity and indifference of the American public to get elected, and she probably will.

      • K says:

        Ok take it down a notch thanks. I am not burying my head in the sand. I am saying that it was not legally required for her to have a state issued email, they never set her up with one. You’re behavior on this is rude, I no where said she was a poor little girl being picked on… that is never how I would describe Hillary. I don’t appreciate the condescension and disrespecting tone.

        I don’t like what she did and I would rather Bernie win but I’m not going to only focus on these emails, because there are actual important things to discuss and I want to hear them. Which is what I truly appreciate about Mr. Sanders.

        But hey keep screaming at the wind about some emails and ignore our issues with climate change, systemic racism, police brutality, damaged and falling apart infurstructure. I’m going to listen to the canidates speak and so I will forever be grateful for Mr. Sanders for making sure I can.

      • Quincy7 says:

        Can we stop calling people stupid just because they have a different opinion? This is why we have a Congress that cannot govern – you have to demonize the other side to win now. It is horrible and not the way to ever get things done.

      • Nina says:

        What Bernie is saying is let’s focus on the issues-and policy debate. I think he’s also saying, this is the media trying to focus on the things that grab headlines, are easier for people to understand, and it’s a distraction. I’m not a Hillary fan and I think her using her own server for her emails was wrong, and speaks to her sense of entitlement and paranoia, and may have breached security requirements, but this is also a case where again, the media is assuming that people dont have the attention span to focus on the real issues. I’ll admit, it’s easier to get distracted by the emails because it’s less complicated and less nuanced an issue to wrestle with than, say what to do about the shrinking middle class or what to do in the middle east.

        It would have been the easy cheap shot for Bernie to take on that issue and it speaks to his class and character that he didn’t. I’m a total fan of his.

    • Jib says:

      You don’t know that she broke the law. There has been no trial, no conviction. We are not judge and jury. But perhaps he should have said, At least 1/2 of Americans are sick of hearing it.” Because everyone I know is.

      Let the Republicans waste time on this and each others’ hair – I’m thrilled to hear actual grown-ups debate actual issues.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Remember Whitewater? How she “lost” the file full of documents she was required to turn over until THE DAY AFTER the statute of limitations ran out? Then oh my, she found it. There wasn’t a trial about that either, but I can tell you she broke the law. If you believe she is innocent, you’re very, very naive. Or you just don’t care, which is more likely.

      • belle de jour says:

        “I’m thrilled to hear actual grown-ups debate actual issues.”

        Thank you.

        In a very long political career, Bernie Sanders has never run a negative attack ad. Ever. He has stuck to the important issues like a tenacious dog with a bone, he consistently brings the focus back to real underlying issues at hand, and – more important – what he plans to do about it, and what he thinks others can do about it, too. He understood what this debate was an opportunity to do, and he did it incredibly well.

      • Jib says:

        @GNAT, I am not a Hillary fan. I like Bernie. But I reserve judgment until the evidence is in. And I’m way too old to be naive anymore!!

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      Ok, I read this again, and I apologize for sounding like a lunatic who will hurt you if you don’t agree with her. I get really, really upset about Hillary, but that’s not an excuse for being rude, which I was, or acting like other people aren’t entitled to their opinion. Maybe I just can’t talk about this calmly. I believe everything I said but I’m sorry I was so obnoxious about it.

      • Pivotal Badger says:

        It’s o.k. GNAT, you sound a lot like my husband!

        We are raving Bernie fans and hosted a debate watch party for Bernie at our house and I almost needed a muzzle for his Hillary outbursts at times. We are old enough to remember Whitewater too.

        Feeling the Bern here, thanks so much Bedhead! Go Bernie!

      • kcarp says:

        Actually I was shocked a regular contributor on Celebitchy wasn’t praising all things Hillary. I hate them all not just Hilary but all the Republicans too. Anything you say about Hilary will be explained away with Republicans did the same or if she was so bad she would be in jail right now. I do think Republicans have done the same, but saying she would be in jail if she really did illegal stuff is a naive answer.

        I think the email stuff is very shady but I think she has done so much more shady stuff through her career.

        If she didn’t get classified information on her private email account then where was the classified information sent? In the entire time she was SOS she did not receive one classified email? Sorry I should say “classified at the time of sending email.”

      • Hawkeye says:

        @GNAT, I understand your anger. She made a number of dumb moves about the email stuff. Bigger for me is her vote for Iraq. I am IRATE about that. All she can say is it was a mistake??? She owes the Iraqi people big time. I wonder how good they feel about hearing her say that. Every American politician who voted for invading and occupying Iraq should not only have been drummed out of public office but been sent to Iraq to rebuild the country with their bare hands, starting with Hillary. That was the only time I agreed with Lincolne Chafee (I felt the Chafe hahahaha) , when he said Clinton is disqualified from being Commander in Chief because of that vote.

      • LAK says:

        GNAT: I feel your pain. i wish people wouldn’t white wash her L-O-N-G history of being less than truthful and or general shadiness because she’s a woman and it’s time to have a female POTUS.

        Even if people have forgotten, you can find online articles/notes of each and every single shady thing she’s done since she became FLOTUS and probably before. This isn’t a case of giving her the benefit of the doubt because of one mistake never repeated. It’s an entrenched pattern of behaviour.

        was it Christopher Hitchens who said that she lies as a default position meaning that she always reaches for the lie even when she doesn’t have to or need to?

      • Daria Morgendorffer says:

        @LAK, I completely agree with you. Hillary is the embodiment of every awful stereotype of a career politician. My personal favorite is when she talks about going after big banks, you know, the same ones that contribute millions to the Clinton Foundation and her campaign. Not sure how anyone is really impressed with her. She has such a long history of lying, it’s a joke at this point.

    • magz says:

      She is being prosecuted and the less people talk about her stupid and F*** up email scandal the more they can talk about Bernie, I am surprised you got “disgusted” it showed that he has mercy and logic behind his stance. Hilary isn’t a great choice, but she can burry herself deeper by bypassing question and being bought out by corporate media and wall street. Bernie is really not like the rest, I think you should think and watch the man in the senate before you write him off. He’s the genuine deal.

  3. Abbott says:

    Writing the fan fiction now.

  4. cleveland girl says:

    Love Bernie – he is total long shot, but when you listen to him he makes so much sense.

    • aims says:

      I agree. He’s great and honest.

      • Ani May says:

        Yep, I love him. As an Aussie, I am hoping against hope for Bernie to get elected, or at the very least, HIllary. Bernie might be a tad too idealistic to get in, but I do hope that as a society, we are working towards electing leaders who truly are ‘for the people’, rather than people like Trump, who only encourage the greed and class inequality that is running rampant right now.

    • tracking says:

      Yup. He’s unelectable but I love him too.

    • magz says:

      I love him but disagree that hes a long shot. People are tired of BS but not Bernie Sanders. A little angry Grandpa is what my generation needs (26yr old). We’re done with the HIlary “polished” Obama type. Although I think Obama was a good president.

  5. boredblond says:

    Bernie was frozen in 1969, just recently thawed out. Far out man…

  6. atiaofthejulii1 says:

    Out of everything Hilary has done, I’m still upset about the emails too. My hubs is a government employee and if he used a private server for work, he would be fired and charged with espionage. I would have voted for her when she first ran for President but her campaign collapsed. Now she just wants it too much and I’m put off by that.

    After 8 years of President Obama, the Republicans will be out in force. Our next President is going to be a Republican.

    • Alice says:

      You are so wrong on this…I hope.

    • pleaseicu says:

      I don’t think the Republicans will pull it off. They can’t even get their ish together enough to figure out who they want as Speaker of the House–something they don’t even need the electorate for–let alone get it together enough to figure out who the Party wants to push for POTUS.

      • starlite says:

        Bush will win.

        Sadly we will have 8 years of Bush part three, and during that time at least 3, if not 4 Supreme Court Justices will retire. That’s the saddest thing. To think the court will be overrun by rightist loonies.

    • Jib says:

      Really? Which one?? Trump? Oh, maybe Rubio, a self-hating Hispanic who has an abysmal attendance record in the Senate – he doesn’t do his job now in the hopes of being President. Bush?? HAHAHA!!! Ben Carson, the doctor who thinks Muslims should be shipped out of our country on a rail?? Oh, maybe the Libertarian Rand Paul? Nope, he won’t appeal to the middle. Oh, yes, Ted Cruz. Doubtful. Carly, CEO of many failures and cutting 30,000 jobs to outsource them to other countries.

      The only partially sane one is Kasich, and the primary voters hate him because he’s not nuts enough. The Republicans have seriously shot themselves in the foot the past few primary seasons. The candidates have to go so far right into Crazyville, denying basic science and hating women, that they have no chance in the general election.

  7. LB says:

    Voting for someone else but really like this man. He has good ideas, most of which will be impossible to execute, but it’s always nice to hear about the possibilities.

    • Saphana says:

      “most of which will be impossible to execute”
      you are right if everyone things like this than it is 100% impossible.

      • LB says:

        I’m being realistic about the present political environment, not negative. I’m not asking anyone else to agree and don’t even attempt to put others down who don’t agree. Not sure why you felt it was necessary to make me feel bad about it.

      • Ani May says:

        LB is being realistic, in that having a Dem president with a Senate/House led by Republicans means that Bernie will have as much trouble getting anything through as Obama has. And from what i gather, Obama is willing to compromise/work with big business, whereas Bernie seems less likely to, hence, less likely to work out some quid pro quo’s with Congress.

      • tealily says:

        LB’s being realistic, but Saphana is being optimistic. Personally, I’d like to at least shoot for optimism!

      • magz says:

        I agree, democracy should always be about the people.

  8. Saphana says:

    i lost a huge deal of respect for Ellen when she said that Hillary stands more for equality than any other candidate. (how did Ellen feel when Hillary was agaisnt gay marriage not long ago?) you wont find someone with a track record like Bernie. of course its a bit unfair, just by age he got the change to walk with MLK but still that is a man who is consistent over years. thats why this whole BLM intervention when he spoke really seemed like it was paid off by someone to attack him.

    im not american but i think only Sanders can try to get the cart out of the mud and maybe even try to give the united states a better reputation worldwide. Clinton made it clear that drones and surveillance will never respect other countries sovereignity.

    • Daria Morgendorffer says:

      “I lost a huge deal of respect for Ellen when she said that Hillary stands more for equality than any other candidate.”

      Love Ellen, but I agree she got it wrong with what she said. Another instance of a Clinton supporter rewriting history all on their own accord. The woman’s track record speaks for itself, yet people refuse to acknowledge it. Another case of the emperor’s new clothes. Yeah, Hillary is such a proponent for equality that she went on record saying marriage is between a man and a woman, and her husband sponsored the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, making gay marriage illegal.

      Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY): “I believe marriage is…a sacred bond between a man and a woman….a fundamental bedrock principle that it exists between a man and woman, going back into the midst of history, as one of the founding, foundational institutions of history and humanity and civilization. And that it’s primary principle role during those milennia has been the raising and socializing of children for the society into which they are to become adults.”

      Just like all other career politicians, she will say anything to get the vote. No morals.

    • GreenTurtle says:

      What on earth did she mean about how she’s made a lot of money and wanting to keep it, oh but she doesn’t understand how the middle class is disappearing. Gurl, whut? No one wants to yank away your money unfairly. We’d just like you and other people in your tax bracket to pay your share of taxes.

    • tealily says:

      One thing I will say about Hillary, is that she actually DOES change her mind when presented with new information, unlike most candidates on either side of the aisle. I don’t love her and I disagree with her quite a bit, but I appreciate that her stances evolve like a normal person’s would, instead of digging in her heals and spouting things she probably doesn’t even believe just to hit the talking points. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure she has political reasons for evolving, but still. It’s kind of nice.

      • Nina says:

        It’s mostly political reasons. Who knows what her real stance is on things. She probably has always been ok woth gay marriage – or maybe not- but she only comes out in supportmwhen its safe. Very politicianish.

  9. aims says:

    I really like Bernie. I think he’s honest , knowledgeable and sincere. Unfortunately,I don’t think he’ll win, but I really like him.

    • Alice says:

      Then help him to win.

      • Sam says:

        He has no reasonable shot of winning. His best options at this point are to try to drive Hillary further left by consistently challenging her. All the poll numbers indicate that he’s a niche candidate for higher-income progressive Caucasians, but not much else.

        Nice guy, absolutely. But at this point, I think hope of an actual Sanders victory is becoming a bit of a pipe dream.

      • kcarp says:


        Personally I think there is more to the whole process than just getting the votes out. There is so much right now being skewed to favor Hilary. The number of debates works in her favor less time to put her foot in her mouth. The media has been reporting that Hilary won the debates regardless of the fact there was a huge amount of support for Bernie in online polling.

        The establishment picked who they wanted the candidate to be, Hilary. Now I think if Biden gets in the establishment will get behind him and leave Hilary and let her and her scandals play out.

    • LAK says:

      what Alice said.

      When Obama first popped up, the overall sentiment was that he couldn’t win, yet he did because the people were behind him.

      So if you like Bernie, vote for him!!!

    • Timbuktu says:

      Why do you think he won’t win? I’m not betting he will, but things aren’t looking all that bad for him at all. Agree with LAK, Obama seemed like a very long shot for a very long time, yet there he is.

      • Sam says:

        Because Sanders’ numbers reveal some really important things: primarily, that he has almost NO support among people of color, who are among the strongest Democratic stalwart voters. Sanders is a very, very white thing, statistically speaking. Obama’s appeal was the ability to draw WHITE voters to a side that PoC were already on. Sanders essentially has to do the opposite, which is going to be extremely difficult. And thus far, he’s just not doing it. And there isn’t any reason to believe he will manage to do so in any real way.

      • aims says:

        It’s the small minded people who get caught up on him being a socialist democrat . I don’t have a problem with it at all and I think we need more socialist programs here. When Bernie talks about the inequality of wealth, he means it. He was in Portland a month ago and there was a huge turn out. We’re very receptive to him in Portland,but we’re also very progressive here. I worry that he wouldn’t be as well received in Texas or some place in the bible belt. I love Bernie and I want him to succeed so badly, because I believe he is the right person for our country.

      • kcarp says:


        I live in Texas and there is substantially less hate for Bernie than for Hilary. People loathe her. I don’t think people have had a chance to know Bernie enough to build up the disdain they have for Hilary.

        Even if you do not agree with Bernie’s politics you still have to admire the guy. He sticks with this beliefs and he isn’t bowing down to corporations.

        I do think if he dropped the Socialist word he would have a better chance. I know that some people do not have a problem with it but much of politics is marketing and America isn’t ready to vote for a Socialist.

      • aims says:

        I’m glad to know Bernie is better received then I thought. I agree with you, If Bernie dropped the socialist word, it might work in his favor. Again, I don’t have a problem with the word and I think we need to have more social programs.

      • ummm says:

        Are you kidding me, Sam?

        PoC LOVE Bernie. Seriously. Especially compared to Hilary. He’s got the youth vote and the PoC vote locked down.

    • Daria Morgendorffer says:

      @aims, the party doesn’t want Sanders which is why everyone is claiming Hillary won the debate. It made the news today that CNN, owned by Time Warner one of the biggest Hillary contributors and supporters, removed poll numbers from their website after Sanders took the lead away from Clinton. Sanders has not only the media, but also the debates and the Democratic party working against him. If numbers of supporters or voters actually were the deciding factor, I really do believe he could do it. Bernie has rabid fans, and look back at 2008. Barack Obama surprised a lot of people when he got the nod. It went from “oh it has to be Hillary, who can beat her?” to this newcomer steamrolling her and getting the nomination. The party was on his side, though. Bernie isn’t being given a fair chance where it counts. A lot of Bernie’s supporters were saying the debate would be rigged so that Hillary could excel, and that even if she didn’t, they would claim she did. It’s such an unfair race at this point.

      Also–the American people don’t even get the final say in our president. We have a stupid electoral college that needs to be abolished immediately. It is the dumbest system ever.

      (I’m not trying to insinuate that you don’t already know this. I’m just saying. I feel like Bernie is being unfairly slighted).

      • aims says:

        I agree about our voting system being terrible. I flashback to the 2000 election. I still get angry about it.

        I do think my party is really pushing Hillary, and they were flabbergasted that Obama was the favorite. I think the feeling was , “ok, let’s give Obama his chance. But the next time around will be Hillarys.” That’s my feeling on it. However, Bernie is really taking a chunk out of Hillary and it’s unexpected. I also think people, myself included are impressed with the sincere conviction of Bernie. I also felt Bernie won the debate.

        If we the people stand up and say, we’re not interested in the same ole political dynasty. We demand to be heard, then we will be. That might be a simplistic view, but we live in a democracy. It’s our right to vote and have a voice in our government.

      • tracking says:

        Thank you for these comments. In addition to the power of the Clinton machine, the party probably feels (rightly, I’m afraid) that he’s just too progressive to win a general election. Even though Clinton is loathed by the right, she has been careful to appear moderate on divisive social issues, and pretty hawkish on national security. Bernie doesn’t play that game, except on guns, about which he is sincere due to the unique character of his state.

  10. minx says:

    How can you not love Bernie?

  11. Jib says:

    I love Bernie. I live near Vermont and want to move there when I retire. It’s a beautiful, liberal state and it’s wonderful to hear a politician speak honestly.

  12. Heather H says:

    For all those saying they love Bernie but he won’t win – he will win if you vote for him!

    • aang says:

      I can vote for him in the primary but because I live in a VERY blue state the electoral collage effectively strips my vote in the general presidential election of any meaning. Only those in swing states have a vote that means something. Time for a popular vote, we need to stop letting the red states have more than their fair share of influence. And while I am at it, the fact that North Dakota gets the same # of senators as CA or NY is crazy! Not a fair system at all.

      • Sam says:

        …Except that’s sort of why we have the House? Proportional representation and all? You do know it’s a bicameral legislature, right? God I hope so, or civics is even worse off than I thought.

      • aang says:

        Why so snarky Sam? Two houses or not (see I do know!), living in a large state means that each person in my state is proportionally represented less in the senate than someone from a small state. I wish the framers had went with the Virginia Plan. In my opion, I know it is not worth much, The Great Compromise has created some great problems. I do not like the idea that my representation is abridged in order to give a greater voice to another. I know others have differing opinions and that is fine. That’s what I thought we were here for, to discuss opinions. It’s not like I said something bad about AJ or Beyonce. 😉 Peace?

      • Sam says:

        Because it’s not equal by any means. The Senate is the equal house. But overall, New York has far more people voting for it than the Senate. And why should you get more than another state in the Senate? The country was founded upon the premise that people are equal, no matter where they reside. So…what exactly is your objection to one half of the legislature being based upon the equality premise? I get the impression more that you simply dislike how some states tend to vote, so you feel like they should be pushed out. That makes far more sense, frankly.

      • GreenTurtle says:

        Uh, Sam? Her original point is that, in a general election, representation of votes via the electoral college is unfair. And it is. We would have a more fair system if everyone’s votes were just counted independent of his or her state.

    • tracking says:

      The primary maybe, but the general election? I think that’s the concern.

  13. Hawkeye says:

    Love the Bernie coverage!!! Here’s a couple of reasons why I love him: he is the only politician I’ve ever known to tell people that he can’t do a damn thing without them. He’s not asking for votes, he’s asking for a partnership. That this has to be said in today’s America is a revolution. Two, he does not need focus groups or shady money or closed-door deals to tell him what’s right. I trust him. I trust that even if he makes a mistake, he won’t pretend it was bad. He will do something to make it right. America, this is probably your last chance to elect someone that the rest of the world won’t be afraid of, as well as probably the last chance to vote for someone who won’t sell you out.

  14. coolkidsneverhavethetime says:

    He has my vote.

  15. tealily says:

    I’m 99% sure that he chose Harry Styles because that’s the only guy from One Direction he knew. That would be my reason, anyway.

  16. Chanteloup says:

    Bernie gives me hope.

  17. My two cents says:

    What a cute, fuzzy story on a man who wants to make this country a socialist country. People today are duped by the media. The true intent of this man scares the bejeebers out of me. Hillary Clinton should be prosecuted and not running for President. Seriously, she couldn’t even perform as Secretary of State and people want her for Prez? Clinton Foundation scam that it was isn’t even being mentioned by media.

  18. Valois says:

    Did you see Ellens “Nicky Minaj sitcom” clip. This woman is definitely not “nothung but positive”.

  19. Uber says:

    I love his accent. But he speaks convincingly only when he’s talking about taking down Wall Street.

  20. Danskins says:

    I heart Bernie and he’s got my vote! 👍