It's Too Early, Says Bernie Sanders, But 2020 Run 'Not Off The Table'

In a radio interview set to air Thursday, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT)—currently the nation’s the most popular elected lawmaker—alluded to a potential 2020 presidential run.

Sanders told the host of “Make It Plain with Mark Thompson” that while it’s too early to make a definitive statement about whether he’ll run, he is “not taking it off the table.”

As a Democratic candidate, Sanders would once again bring his progressive agenda to the forefront on the national political conversation—this time with potentially strong support for his key issues including universal healthcare, tuition-free higher education, bold climate action, and tackling economic inequality.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has implored Democrats in recent weeks to embrace single payer healthcare—offering a clear distinction between their plan for the nation’s healthcare system and the Republicans’ Trumpcare bill, which only 17 percent of Americans have supported in the weeks since it was released.

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