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Bernie Stabs Hillary in the Back, Demands Third Party Nominees be Able to Debate

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The Progressive firebrand who depressed his fervent supporters by endorsing Hillary Clinton as the lesser of two evils changed his tone on Sunday blasting the Clinton Foundation and saying that the American people deserve more options. Bernie Sanders appeared to turn against Hillary on NBC’s 'Meet the Press' calling on her to 'cease all operations, all contact with the Clinton Foundation' over perceptions that the former Secretary of State provided access to donors turning the State Department into a pay-to-play scheme. He went one step further in the interview despite having hitched his wagon to the Democratic Party for the election cycle decrying the two-party system’s unrealistic 15-point polling threshold that keeps the American people in the dark about the multitude of other options for leadership besides the Democrats and Republicans.

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Sheila Samples is an Oklahoma writer and a former civilian US Army Public Information Officer. She is a Managing Editor for OpEd News, and a regular contributor for a variety of Internet sites.

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