FORMER president Barack Obama privately told fellow Democrats that he worries it could be hard to unite around Bernie Sanders, according to reports.
Despite Obama’s opinions regarding the 2020 presidential election, the 58-year-old former president still seeks to unify Democrats.
The 58-year-old former president is seeking to unify Democrats[/caption]
Bernie Sanders, 78, is running for president[/caption]
A source told The New York Times how Obama admitted that uniting the Dems with Sanders ‘could be difficult’[/caption]
His alleged words come after Sanders had a huge Nevada caucus win that crushed his Democrat rivals.
The newspaper explained how Obama has kept away from playing favorites with presidential candidates.
Valerie Jarrett, a close friend and adviser of Obama, told The Times: “I think it would be political malpractice for any of the candidates not to closely associate themselves with the most popular person in the Democratic Party.
“South Carolina was one of the biggest and most important days of our campaign. People will always remember that.”
Sources told Fox Business that Obama is worried about how Sanders would fare against Trump[/caption]
Earlier this week a doctor reviewed letters from three physicians proving Sanders is fit for the Oval Office[/caption]
Last month, according to Fox Business, Obama told people close to him that Sanders, with his far-left socialist policies, is temperamentally and politically unfit to upend Trump.
Earlier this week a doctor reviewed letters from three physicians proving Sanders is fit for the Oval Office.
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