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  • Bernie Sanders stops in Idaho Falls

    Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders gave a raucous one-hour stump speech centered on economic inequality and creating a “political revolution” from the “bottom up” in Idaho Falls on Friday. Only a handful of people were visibly opposing Sanders’ visit, one with a “TRUMP” sign, another holding a sign that read “No Socialism.”

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders gave a raucous one-hour stump speech centered on economic inequality and creating a “political revolution” from the “bottom up” in Idaho Falls on Friday. Only a handful of people were visibly opposing Sanders’ visit, one with a “TRUMP” sign, another holding a sign that read “No Socialism.” Idaho Falls Post Register
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders gave a raucous one-hour stump speech centered on economic inequality and creating a “political revolution” from the “bottom up” in Idaho Falls on Friday. Only a handful of people were visibly opposing Sanders’ visit, one with a “TRUMP” sign, another holding a sign that read “No Socialism.” Idaho Falls Post Register

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