Bernie Sanders is riding the Larry David wave this weekend, appearing with the comedian on "Saturday Night Live" just days before the New Hampshire primary. Sanders is relating to David's spot-on impression of him so much that he's using a David's photo as his Twitter avatar.
Sanders acted in two skits with David, including one titled "Bern Your Enthusiasm" that spoofed David's own show "Curb Your Enthusiasm." In another, the candidate was promoting his "Bernie Sanders Whiskey." Sanders even joined David on stage to intro the musical guest, 1975.
While NBC hasn't yet posted clips for online, you can get a glimpse of the presidential candidate's comic acting skills through tweets.
Progressives aligned with the Bernie Sanders camp called for replacing disgraced Sen. Al Franken with a fellow Minnesota Democrat, Rep. Keith Ellison, as support grew Friday for the senator’s resignation. -- https://www.washingtontimes.com
We must not build more new dangerous pipelines. TransCanada’s Keystone pipeline just leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of oil in northeastern South Dakota. The fight against pipelines that threaten our natural resources and our planet must continue. We have to ... -- https://www.facebook.com
The debilitating price tag on college, coupled with the fact that 44 million Americans already owe more than $1.3 trillion in student loan debt, is why Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders introduced the 'College for All' Act earlier this year. -- https://impact.vice.com
There already is far too much media consolidation in this country. We need more diversity, more local ownership, more viewpoints. The FCC's decision today to allow a single company to own a newspaper and television and radio stations in the ... -- https://www.facebook.com
Employees in Hillary’s and Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaigns claimed in a report that they were harassed while working for them. According to the report, the managers of the campaigns did not properly address the issues. These are the latest ... -- https://redstatejournalist.com
Years from now people will ask, “What world was the Senate living in when they considered drilling for oil in Alaska, while climate change was causing devastating damage?" I do not think our grandchildren will look back on us kindly ... -- https://www.facebook.com