Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), a 2020 presidential contender, said Sunday that he wouldn’t give former President Barack Obama a “grade” on his presidency.
Speaking to ABC News’s “This Week” host Jon Karl, Sanders conceded that Obama gets an “A+” in his book compared to President Trump.
“Barack Obama was a very, very good president,” Sanders said.
"Barack Obama was a very, very good president .. I'm not going to give him a grade," Sen. Bernie Sanders says when asked how he would rate Obama, but adds, "compared to the guy you have in the White House now, I'll give him an A+" https://t.co/WzW2mP9HYN pic.twitter.com/GAk1zBm84e
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) May 5, 2019
“What grade would you give him?” Karl asked.
“I’m not going to give him a grade,” the Vermont senator continued. “Compared to the guy you have in the White House now, I’ll give him an A+.”
Karl then noted that Trump and Republicans have expressed eagerness to run against Sanders and his ideology as a socialist, and asked Sanders if it was time for him to “disavow that label.”
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