As we know, writers in New York’s coolest precinct have zero improved to do on a Friday night than to watch domestic speak shows. So it was that we was examination HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher on Friday and we got to see him speak Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), a claimant for a Democratic presidential nomination. Sanders is a clever meridian hawk who has authored a CO taxation check with Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and a garland of bills to urge appetite efficiency, boost renewables, and cut corporate gratification to hoary fuels. Sanders has always mentioned meridian change as one of a pivotal issues that is motivating him to run.
On Friday, though, he changed it to a core of his representation to intensity supporters. Maher noted, “Where we consider we could do unequivocally good is with younger electorate … are we on Tinder?” Sanders, 73, seemed to indeed know what Tinder is. At least, he laughed as if he did and talked about his campaign’s amicable media presence.
Then he pivoted to an emanate that he thinks immature people caring about, saying, “I consider what we wish to do is to have, Bill, a faith of kids. And what a kids are saying, for example, is that this nation should lead a universe in transforming the appetite complement and traffic with meridian change. And that’s an emanate we’re gonna speak about a whole lot.” Sanders went on to regard Pope Francis for arising an encyclical job for movement to reduce climate change.
Bernie Sanders tells Bill Maher: Climate change is young people’s issue, and mine, too