A lot has happened in the past month or so.
The president has not been in the White House for nearly a year, the Supreme Court has not taken up a case, and we have been left to wonder how long we will have to wait before we know what our new president actually did, if anything, before being gone.
Now, we have another presidential candidate who has no plans to leave office.
The latest, former Pennsylvania Senator Bernie Sanders, has announced he is running for president.
I spoke to him this past week and asked him about what he would do if he were to become president, how he would govern, and how he might change things in the world.
Sanders has been running as a progressive since his first run for president in 2016, and he believes that it is time to bring a new generation of people into power.
“I believe we have reached a tipping point in this country where there are a lot of people who want to be able to have a real voice in American politics, and that is what this campaign is all about,” Sanders said.
“And that is why I am running for the Democratic nomination for president.”
Sanders’ announcement came just one day after Hillary Clinton announced she was running for President of the United States.
While Sanders has run on a platform of social justice, he has not talked about issues of race, class, gender, or race relations in depth.
Sanders believes in creating a world where the most marginalized people can have real, effective, and peaceful political power.
He said that when he became president he would have a broad array of people at the table, and said, “we are going to be talking about this at the Democratic convention.”
He said, when asked about issues facing young people today, “You know, there is a great need for the young people in this economy and you have got to have the economic opportunity that everybody wants.”
But as Sanders told Breitbart News, “I am not running to be president.
The fact is that the political process is rigged, the political system is not working for everybody.”
The Democratic Convention in Philadelphia on July 27th is one of the first presidential elections since the end of World War II, and the party is in the middle of a heated primary season.
Sanders’ campaign has been focusing on a few key issues.
He says, “We have got a lot to be proud of here in this Democratic Party.
We have a lot more to be working on, and I am proud to be part of it.”
He has focused on getting the party more inclusive, including an agenda to build a “political revolution” to change the system and transform it into a “post-racial, post-capitalist society.”
Sanders has also focused on racial justice and economic equality.
He has called for racial justice, saying, “This election has shown that we have got the tools to transform our country.
And the only thing we have to do is to use them.”
Sanders says that he would create a $15 an hour minimum wage, and is looking into introducing legislation to expand the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), a program that provides financial assistance to low-income people who are trying to get into the workforce.
He is also looking into providing free community college tuition for students.
But Sanders’ platform is focused on a progressive agenda.
He believes in raising the minimum wage to $15 and raising the EITC to $7.25 an hour.
He also has proposed a $1 trillion infrastructure investment and an $11 trillion federal debt reduction plan.
And he says, there are things that we can do to build up the middle class.
Sanders wants to end the death penalty, expand Social Security and Medicare, and make tuition free at public colleges and universities.
Sanders also says, “[The] American dream has been destroyed and the middle-class family is not getting ahead.
That is what we are talking about, and it is something that I will fight for in the Democratic Party.”
Sanders believes that when we elect leaders like himself who have no prior political experience, we will “become a little bit better off” and “build a new, better America.”
He believes that he has “the right to speak on the floor of the Democratic Convention and get my message across.”
Sanders said, he is not going to “get caught up in the process.”
He says that in the coming months, he will be looking to continue to speak out and advocate for a progressive vision of the future.
He plans to do this by visiting college campuses, holding events, and organizing rallies.
“If you’re a progressive who believes in a democratic society and you believe in creating an America that works for everybody, I want to make sure that you are actively participating in the political life of this country,” he said.
I hope that we are going through this process, he added.
“When we start to see the