Pointing to the 20-point swing toward Democrats, Perez said that "if we replicate that success everywhere, we will flip the House in 2018".
"At a time of massive income and wealth inequality and a shrinking middle class, we need a government which represents all Americans, not just Wall Street, multi-national corporations, and the top 1 percent", Sanders and Perez said in a joint statement on Monday.
Sander's appearance comes as Democratic parties nationwide are trying to appeal to the working class in states including ME, where a resurgent Republican Party in the last decade has gained ground in rural communities roiled by the closing of paper mills and sluggish economic growth.
"Assad has got to go". The problem with the Dems, for far too long now, is that they lost touch with their roots, drifted off into Dick Morris-style triangulations, equivocations, and dilutions, afraid to speak out with the direct and simple clarity (and passion) that Bernie Sanders does as a matter of course. "But I do not want to see the United States get sucked into perpetual warfare in the Middle East, see our men and women get killed, trillions of dollars being spent".
Democratic Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes called on candidates in her party to reach out to voters outside of big cities.
"You saw an absolute collision between their alternative world of falsehoods and the reality on the ground", Perez said during an interview Tuesday afternoon. "We can not continue to make those mistakes".
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It is unclear if Walsh had violated her settlement terms, but Bloom said this was not about money but about accountability. On Saturday Night Live last night, actor Alec Baldwin played both O'Reilly and Trump to help drive home a point.
Perez cursed twice during the event - at one point calling President Trump's proposed "skinny budget" a "s-tty budget". Many politicians on both sides of the aisle hailed Trump's action.
But Democrats performed poorly in the state's presidential election, with Kentuckians voting in favor of Republican Donald Trump by one of the widest margins in the country - almost 30 percentage points over Clinton. "What you need is a strategy".
"You don't drain the swamp when you include more billionaires in your cabinet than any president in the history of our country", Sanders concluded. "Sure", Curtis said. "But at the end of the day we didn't plan on them doing it".
Trump met with Chinese President Xi Jinping in the United States earlier this month and spoke by phone with him last week to discuss North Korea's progress in missile development and another potential nuclear test.
Touching on a vital issue to Kentucky's coalfields, Sanders embraced legislation to protect health care and pension benefits for tens of thousands of retired coal miners.
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