Senator Bernie Sanders said on Tuesday that he believes that President-elect Biden will not abandon his two teams’ progressive policies agreed to before the election.
“If your question is, do I expect the Biden administration to do everything Bernie Sanders believes?” Sanders asked. “No, I won’t. But I hope they will come forward and continue to uphold and legislate the proposals we agree to? Yes, I do. Some of these proposals are very, very important.”
The independent senator from Vermont made these comments to CNN when the host Wolf Blitzer asked if he wanted Biden to turn to the center.
Bernie Sanders (BERNIE SANDERS) expressed his gratitude and praised the progress made by “Biden̵
He specifically pointed out the need to raise the minimum wage, lower the medical insurance age to 60, and invest US$2 trillion in climate and energy projects.
Earlier this year, the two movements were arguing about health care during the primary elections and reached an agreement. Biden has received constant criticism from many parties for supporting the improvement of Obamacare instead of implementing a single payer system.
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The “Unity Task Force” of Biden-Sanders refused to implement “universal health insurance” but agreed to implement public choice. Like “universal health insurance,” the Affordable Care Act aims to ensure universal coverage by eliminating denial of pre-existing diseases.
Sanders admitted to the Blitz that the two groups are formulating proposals, “Neither side may agree, but it is meaningful to the American people, especially to working families in our country today.”