America has already witnessed Hillary Clinton as Senator and Secretary of State; few can name any major foreign policy accomplishments. We can, however, name mistakes. Bernie Sanders is far more qualified to be president than Clinton or Trump, especially since he's foreshadowed the consequences of perpetual wars, and doesn't focus only upon the need to destroy our enemies.
Sanders doesn't have the scandals or honesty issues that Trump could pounce upon in a debate, and Bernie matches up nicely with Trump in a general election for numerous other reasons. Ultimately, Donald Trump embodies every single warning of Bernie Sanders pertaining to money in politics and billionaires controlling the fate of our nation.
In our in-depth conversation with Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, the senator from Vermont, addressed a variety of topics, including his performance in the recent CNN debate, his stance on gun control and the remarkable grassroots effort that has propelled the rise of his campaign.
At least five minutes or more of being on the defensive was averted, only because Sanders was noble enough not to do what Clinton tried to do to him over gun control. As a result, this act of counterintuitive politics will enable Sanders to overtake Clinton in national polls, most likely before the Iowa Caucus.
Tuesday's debate is the Democratic Super Bowl. We know the home team. We know the visitors. The issues have always been political footballs and only one candidate hasn't turned them over to the Republicans. This election will also see the emergence of additional players like the FBI and other intelligence agencies (investigating Clinton's emails, not Hillary Clinton), so the playing field is full of participants, but only one true leader.
With Bernie Sanders as nominee, Democrats won't have to endure endless scandals and defend against real or fabricated controversies. Benghazi might be politically motivated, but the FBI investigation and other scandals are serious. Although Bernie's success is bolstered primarily by his record and his bold message, Clinton's issues will help him become the Democratic nominee.