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Trump Puts Fox News On Notice, Calls Out ENTIRE Network After Bernie’s Town Hall

He’s not pleased – AT ALL.

John Salvatore

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2020 Democrat Socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (VT) recently appeared on a Fox News town hall.

President Trump wasn’t a fan of the program and you’d have to imagine neither were most FNC viewers.

However, POTUS has a large social media platform and knows how and when to use it.

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Here are his thoughts on the town hall. He wasn’t pleased.

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So weird to watch Crazy Bernie on @FoxNews. Not surprisingly, @BretBaier and the “audience” was so smiley and nice. Very strange, and now we have @donnabrazile?

Sanders’ presidential campaign isn’t off to the best start.

While it’s likely the Democrat Socialist from Vermont will perform exceedingly well down the line in the primaries, he’ll have to deal with an FEC violation right now.

It appears the Bernie campaign broke federal law by employing an illegal immigrant.

How does this go unreported by the mainstream media?

Oh, that’s right…

From Free Beacon:

The Bernie Sanders presidential campaign is violating federal election law by employing foreign nationals in advisory campaign positions, according to a newly filed complaint to the Federal Election Commission obtained exclusively by the Free Beacon.

The complaint points to the employment of three individuals, including Maria Belén Sisa, an illegal immigrant from Argentina who is in the United States under the protections of DACA and has been named deputy national press secretary for Bernie 2020. Sisa, who collected a salary from the Bernie 2016 campaign and also made financial contributions to it, recently made headlines when she questioned whether American Jews, including her own boss Sanders, were loyal to the United States.

Both the work for the campaign and contributions are “direct and serious violations” of federal election law, the complaint argues.

Sanders doesn’t want Hillary Clinton’s help.

The View‘s Meghan McCain asked Sanders, “We’re hearing about a lot of Democratic candidates who are meeting with Hillary Clinton for advice like people like Amy Klobuchar — do you think you’ll do the same?

Bernie said, “I suspect not…no, she has not called me. Look, we have fundamental differences.

WATCH:

Speaking from a stage in South Carolina on MLK Day, Sanders said the unthinkable about President Trump.

WATCH:

Sanders: “It gives me no pleasure to tell you that we now have a President of the United States who is a racist.

Based on what?

Facepalm.

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Biden Delivers Speech On Racism, Says Trump Is ‘Part Of The Problem’

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