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  • - Bernie Sanders.

  • He's become famous as the guy fighting against

  • the millionaires and billionaires.

  • ("Dog on Fire")

  • - Hi, I'm Bernie Sanders, I'm running for president.

  • Our campaign is about taking on

  • the powerful special interests

  • that dominate our economic and political life.

  • I'm talkin' about wall street,

  • the health insurance companies,

  • the drug companies, the fossil fuel industry,

  • the military industrial complex,

  • the private prison industry,

  • and the large multinational corporations.

  • - Oh, damn.

  • (audience laughs)

  • Yo, Bernie has entered the race.

  • And did you hear his list of enemies?

  • This guy doesn't mess around.

  • He didn't come to play, he was like big banks,

  • little banks, Tyra Banks, I'm shutting you all down.

  • You're all going down.

  • And you can tell that Bernie's serious about winning

  • because he didn't rub his hair with a balloon

  • before filming this video.

  • (audience laughs) He's serious now, he's in it.

  • No balloon this time.

  • (audience laughs) We're going smooth.

  • Now, if Bernie were to win the presidency

  • he would become the oldest American president ever.

  • Yes, and I mean that literally.

  • He was born a few months before George Washington.

  • But don't let Bernie's age fool you.

  • This guy is as feisty as ever.

  • Just look at how he responded to Howard Schultz

  • threatening the Democratic Party.

  • - Howard Schultz has now said

  • he would not run as an independent

  • if the Democrats nominate a moderate.

  • - Oh, isn't that nice.

  • Why is Howard Schultz on every television station

  • in this country?

  • Why are you quoting Howard Schultz?

  • Because he's a billionaire.

  • - Yo, I've missed Bernie so much, are you kidding me.

  • That was, oh, isn't that nice, oh ho ho ho.

  • Isn't that nice!

  • Because every other politician would respond to that answer

  • in like a politiciany way.

  • They'd be like, well I believe Howard Schultz

  • entering the race would be irresponsible at this time.

  • Bernie's just like, Howard Schultz

  • can run for president of my ass.

  • (audience laughs and applauds)

  • Bernie Sanders, senator of Vermont

  • and man who knows the ducks in the park by name.

  • (audience laughs)

  • You see, it turns out 30 years ago

  • when Bernie Sanders was the mayor of Burlington, Vermont

  • he hosted a public access TV show, yeah.

  • And a few days ago that TV network

  • released the full archives online,

  • and I'm talking hours and hours of pure Bernie gold.

  • Like, there's so much gold in these archives

  • Bernie's gonna demand

  • it gets redistributed the working class,

  • that's how much gold there is.

  • And when you start watching this footage

  • the first thing that's really apparent

  • is how consistent Bernie has been throughout his life.

  • - We have a crisis situation.

  • We are one of two nations in the industrialized world

  • that does not have a national healthcare system.

  • The wealthiest people in our country are becoming wealthier.

  • To a large degree the tax system

  • in this country is extremely unfair

  • in that it asks working people

  • and elderly people and poor people to pay too much

  • while large corporations and wealthy people

  • do not pay their fair share.

  • - God damn, Bernie Sanders, he's never changed.

  • And I'm not talking about his platform,

  • the dude looked exactly the same back then as he does today.

  • You realize he's 46 years old in that photo.

  • I'm not joking, he's 46 years old, he looks the same.

  • Like if you traveled back in time in a time machine

  • and the first person you met was Bernie Sanders

  • you'd be like, ah, this piece of shit doesn't work.

  • (audience laughs)

  • Bernie'd be like, no my friend,

  • what doesn't work is our healthcare system.

  • (audience laughs)

  • Like, I wonder, has Bernie just looked like this

  • his entire life?

  • Yeah, I bet when he was born the doctor was like,

  • congratulations, Mrs. Sanders,

  • it's a beautiful, healthy old man, well done.

  • (audience laughs and applauds)

  • And then instead of spanking Bernie

  • the doctor just shook his hand,

  • welcome to the world, Mr. Sanders, welcome to the world.

  • (audience laughs)

  • And although it's impressive

  • that Bernie's been consistent in his policies

  • it really says more about America than it says about Bernie

  • when you think about it, right.

  • He's saying the same thing for 30 years

  • because America has had the same problems for 30 years.

  • But here's what makes this old TV show so amazing, right,

  • it wasn't just about Bernie's policies,

  • it was like a full TV show with different segments

  • and by far, by far the best segment of all

  • are the ones where he interacted with kids, all right,

  • like this segment where he talks to some kids

  • at camp about drugs.

  • - Who knows about cocaine, anyone ever seen cocaine?

  • - Yes. - No.

  • - Hold it, one at a time, what about cocaine,

  • good thing, bad thing?

  • What about even smoking cigarettes, who here smokes?

  • Come here, come on, raise your hand.

  • Other than your parents, who smokes.

  • I've seen a lot of kids who are 12 and 11 smoking.

  • - I don't smoke. - All right.

  • - I don't smoke 'cause I'm a little kid,

  • I'm only five years old.

  • (audience laughs and applauds)

  • - Oh man, that's so adorable.

  • I don't smoke because I'm five years old.

  • Like, it's almost like Bernie

  • can't tell the difference between kids and adults.

  • He's like, let's talk finance, you guys diversified?

  • Who's got a 401k, who, who has a 401k?

  • Who talks about cocaine with five year olds?

  • (audience laughs)

  • Like, the way he was asking the question

  • made it seem less like an anti drugs talk

  • and more like he was trying to score some blow.

  • He's just like, you guys know about cocaine?

  • You know where I can find it at a good price?

  • Come on, this is Vermont, let's his the slopes.

  • Come on, come on.

  • (audience laughs)

  • And on the show Bernie didn't just talk to kids

  • about hard drugs.

  • He also called them out on their BS.

  • - Hold it, let me ask you a question, what is your name?

  • - George. - All right, George,

  • do you think it's important

  • that you know how to read well and write?

  • - No. - Oh, you think not?

  • Oh really? I'm trying to argue with these kids,

  • they think they're very smart

  • and that school is not important.

  • - Yeah. - That right?

  • Well I disagree with you.

  • All right, I think you're dumb.

  • (audience laughs and applauds)

  • - Oh man, oh wow.

  • Yo, I think this kid's

  • about to get his ass kicked by Bernie Sanders.

  • (audience laughs and applauds)

  • And there'd be no coming back from that,

  • if Bernie kicked your ass

  • you have to move to a different state.

  • And even then you know there'd be one guy who'd be like,

  • hey, didn't you get your ass beat by that 90 year old?

  • Be like, he was only 46, I swear!

  • But by far, by far, my favorite clip of all that we found

  • is when a little girl asks mayor Bernie

  • to build an amusement park in her neighborhood

  • and all of a sudden he turns it into a town hall.

  • - I was just wondering,

  • my mother had this idea

  • for an indoor outdoor amusement park.

  • - First thing that we have to do though

  • before we can do something like that

  • is to make sure that we own the land.

  • Now that's one of the concerns that we have.

  • At the present moment we don't own a lot of the land

  • downtown, it's owned by the railroad.

  • And one of the things that we're trying to do now

  • is to figure out which land we should buy

  • and how much we should pay for it.

  • So we're working on that

  • but I think your mother's idea is a very good idea.

  • And I congratulate you for giving her all these great ideas.

  • - Okay, well I better get going.

  • (audience laughs and applauds)

  • - Yes!

  • Oh, yes!

  • That little girl is my hero.

  • 'Cause she was asking a fun question

  • and Bernie turned it into like a Ted Talk about zoning laws

  • and you could tell she was totally over it.

  • Oh man, that was so crazy.

  • You know what's also crazy,

  • is that that little girl grew up to be Hillary Clinton.

  • I don't know if it was CNN

  • or if it was the formats of the night

  • but Bernie Sanders in particular,

  • he seemed ready to throw down.

  • - Jake, your question is a republican talking point.

  • - [Jake] What do you say to congressman Delaney?

  • - You're wrong.

  • (audience laughs and applauds)

  • - I've done the math, it doesn't add up.

  • - Maybe you did that and made money off of healthcare

  • but our job is to run a nonprofit healthcare system.

  • - If we're gonna force Americans

  • to make these radical changes they're not gonna go along,

  • and you, throw your hands up. - All right.

  • (audience laughs and applauds) - You don't know that Bernie.

  • - I do know it, I wrote the damn bill.

  • (audience laughs and applauds)

  • - Damn!

  • Bernie was not messing around tonight, huh?

  • Yeah, I thought he was gonna send someone to the hospital

  • and then pay their entire bill, he was, woo.

  • The big drama leading up to tonight was the growing tension

  • between America's socialist sweethearts

  • Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.

  • It started when Bernie's campaign started saying

  • that Warren only attracts rich and well educated voters.

  • And in response Elizabeth Warren hit back

  • and now it is full on beef.

  • - [Reporter] Gloves off, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders

  • trade accusations ahead of the Democrats final debate

  • before voting in Iowa begins.

  • - [Reporter] That non aggression pact

  • between the parties two progressives

  • certainly appears to be over.

  • - [Reporter] The campaigns now duking it out

  • over a private conversation in 2018

  • when Sanders allegedly told Warren, a woman can't win.

  • Sanders denies the claims,

  • calling the idea that he would say

  • a woman couldn't win ludicrous.

  • - [Reporter] But then Warren contradicted him publicly.

  • I thought a woman could win, she said, he disagreed.

  • - The beef between Bernie and Warren

  • must feel like seeing your parents getting divorced,

  • you know, which is a situation

  • that Bernie is too blunt to handle delicately.

  • Can you imagine him?

  • It'd be like, daddy, is it my fault

  • that you and mommy don't love each other anymore?

  • He's like, well, were happy and then we had you.

  • You do the math.

  • (audience laughs)

  • - One time allies Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren,

  • the two senators, their working through some issues.

  • They had this moment after the debate

  • where Senator Warren left Bernie Sanders hanging

  • as he tried to shake her hand.

  • That was followed by a brief but noticeably tense exchange.

  • Tom Steyer there. - Caught in the middle.

  • - [John] Deciding, I'm not gonna get