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Senator Bernie Sanders says his universal health plan would include access to government services for illegal immigrants, clarifying a position he took but did not allow to explain during the first presidential debate of the 2020 elections

Senator Bernie Sanders says his universal health plan would include access to government services for illegal immigrants, clarifying a position he took but did not allow to explain during the first presidential debate on the 2020 elections.

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Moderator Savannah Guthrie asked the candidates for a hand start of the issue. All ten Democrats who debated that evening endorsed the idea and immediately took contempt for President Donald Trump, who later beat Sanders in another tweet as & # 39; Crazy Bernie & # 39 ;.

Several were asked to defend their position, while Sanders, who had already received questions about health care, was skipped for a rebuttal.

He told DailyMail.com after the debate that health insurance should not be an obstacle to emergency medical treatment for a sick child.

& # 39; If there is a child at school who has no papers and that child becomes seriously ill, what do you do? Will you let the child die? Does anyone think that is appropriate? & # 39; he asked. & # 39; If a child has something that is contagious. Are you saying, oh, we're not going to take care of that kid, he can get the rest of the classroom sick?

& # 39; So people without papers, last I heard, are people, & # 39; he said.

Senator Bernie Sanders says his universal health plan would include access to government services for illegal immigrants, clarifying a position he took but did not allow to explain during the first presidential debate of the 2020 elections

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Senator Bernie Sanders says his universal health plan would include access to government services for illegal immigrants, clarifying a position he took but did not allow to explain during the first presidential debate of the 2020 elections

The democratic socialist who drove the Democratic Party to the external borders said that & # 39; health care for everyone & # 39; really should be described as coverage for everyone. This also applies to undocumented immigrants who have broken the law to enter America.

& # 39; I am going to fight for comprehensive immigration reforms and a path to citizenship. But in the meantime, I certainly believe in the right to health care for all people – all people – and that includes undocumented migrants, "he said in the interview after the debate.

Candidates had 45 seconds to make their final arguments. Sanders used his time to argue for his political revolution without addressing the issue of illegal immigration explicitly.

He told DailyMail.com that the time allotted by NBC, the network that hosted the debate, was not enough to elaborate on complex issues.

& # 39; Look, look, look. In 45 seconds – I have to be honest with you, and tell you that this specific format is not my favorite format, & the repeat partner said. & # 39; And meIt's hard, I know, if you have 10 candidates and everyone wants to talk. But how do you deal with complicated economic problems or environmental issues in 45 seconds? It is a bit difficult. & # 39;

He argued: & # 39; So it will be a kind of game show and a kind of reality TV.

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& # 39; You have a president in Trump who is doing something really despicable, and by that I mean not only ignoring the reality of climate change, not just giving tax breaks to the rich, not just throwing away 32 million people from health insurance.

& # 39; What he does in terms of the immigrant community is even worse. What he does is demonize people. What he does tries to dehumanize them – not only to demonize, but also to dehumanize. And what he is trying to do, which is really disgraceful, he is trying to divide the American people based on where they were born, based on the color of their skin, based on their sexual orientation, based on their religion. We have a president who's a fool, and I think most Americans know that. And that's just disgraceful. & # 39;

The question related to illegal immigrants and whether he had effectively stated that they should have access to health care in a Sanders utopia.

He acknowledged that he had not done that. & # 39;Not in 45 seconds I didn't, or 12 seconds, I didn't, & he said.

& # 39; But this is about it, and I think most Americans know it. If there is a child at school without papers and that child becomes seriously ill, what do you do? Will you let the child die? Does anyone think that is appropriate? If a child has something that is contagious. Are you saying, oh, we're not going to take care of that kid, he can get the rest of the classroom sick? So undocumented migrants, the last time I heard, are human beings.

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& # 39; And I'm going to fight for comprehensive immigration reforms and a path to citizenship. But in the meantime, I certainly believe in the right to health care for all people – all people – and that includes undocumented migrants. & # 39;

He directed his attacks on Donald Trump, bashing the incumbent, Republican president a & # 39; fake & # 39 ;, a & # 39; pathological liar & # 39; and a & # 39; racist & # 39; as he has it on the stump.

Trump defeated Democrats in a tweet because he & # 39; millions of illegal aliens have unlimited health care & # 39; when he rushed to a meeting with the German Chancellor in Japan.

He insisted hours later that the debate did not go well for Joe Biden, who clashed with Kamala Harris on integration, or Sanders the democratic socialist.

& # 39; I heard it wasn't a good day for Sleepy Joe or Crazy Bernie. One is exhausted, the other is crazy – so what's the problem? & # 39; he said.

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In the spinroom, Sander's surprise faded when DailyMail.com told him that Trump had reprimanded the democrats for saying that they would give & millions of illegal aliens unlimited health care & # 39; when moderators asked for a show vote on the subject.

& # 39; Trump has criticized me? I'm shocked to hear it, & he said while he stopped for a chat.

He further discussed his views on health care and illegal immigration.

Despite the perception by the President of Sanders, the Senator from Vermont came out of the first major test of his presidential candidacy with all his limbs.

His far-left ideas were repeatedly pushed on the coals by moderators, and each time he navigated the questions without being burned.

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The debate opener focused on Sanders' promise to redefine the role of the government and to extend existing programs to make health care accessible to everyone. He was asked to repeat his position and other candidates were given the opportunity to respond.

Sanders proudly stated that he wants to abolish the private health insurance that Americans have by & # 39; greedy & # 39; insurance companies are being forced with the intention of drastically reducing costs.

& # 39; People who have healthcare for everyone under Medicare have no premium, no deductible, no copayments, no deductible. Yes, they will pay more taxes, but less in health care for what they get, & he said.

He admitted that middle-class Americans would be obliged to transfer more of their money to the government, but had planned this as a necessary opportunity cost.

Former Colorado Government John Hickenlooper warned voters not to support his political revolution. Democrats cannot define themselves as socialists, he reasoned, because Republicans will use the term to beat them in the polls in 2020.

& # 39; If we focus on socialism, we run the risk of helping to re-elect the worst president in American history, & # 39; he said.

Sanders has not failed. He noted that national polls properly beat him Trump in the general election, if he is the Democratic candidate.

& # 39; The last poll I saw gave us 10 points ahead of Donald Trump because the American people understand that Trump is a fake, that Trump is a pathological liar and a racist, and that he lied to the American people during his campaign , & # 39; the old legislator said.

He continued to attack Trump to give tax reductions to the rich, especially businesses, and to snare Obamacare without an alternative to middle-income families.

"That's how we beat Trump," he argued in the debate. & # 39; We expose him for the fraud he is. & # 39;

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