Bernie Sanders gets caught on video and tells a crying baby to keep that & # 39; down & # 39; during a campaign event
- Democratic senator from Vermont was Tuesday morning at a campaign stop in Epsom, New Hampshire
- Sanders spoke to a voter about health care when a toddler started whining
- Candidate turned toward the sound and said: & # 39; If we could control that a bit. OK thanks & # 39;
One of the most indelible tropics of political campaigns is that candidates love interacting with babies, but the democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders did not feel love when he was interrupted by a screaming noise at a recent event.
The famous grumpy senator from Vermont spoke to a group of potential voters in Epson, New Hampshire on Tuesday, when a baby started whimpering in the room.
A short video shot by an eyewitness at the Circle 9 Ranch Campground Bingo Hall recorded what happened next: Sanders was in the middle of talking to a member of the public about healthcare as he turned toward the sound, pointed his finger, and said: & # 39; If we could control that a bit. OK thanks. & # 39;
Bernie Sanders was at a campaign stop in Epsom, New Hampshire, Tuesday morning when he was walking in with a grumpy child in the audience
Sanders, 77, spoke to a voter about health care when a toddler started whining
The often grumpy candidate pointed and said, & # 39; If we could control that a bit. OK thanks & # 39;
Sanders turned to the audience and resumed his comments, but lost his mind for a few seconds, as the video shows
The mother and baby are not identified, but this image shows a woman in yellow with a young child dressed in a red T-shirt that is to the right of Sanders
The 77-year-old politician then returned to the crowd as if he wanted to resume his interaction with the voter, but seemed to have lost his mind for a few seconds in the aftermath of the child's outburst.
& # 39; Sanders did not feel Bern yesterday for children in the audience … & # 39; he said in a tweet with the video.
Sanders is no stranger to dealing with young people: he has four adult children and seven own grandchildren.
The White House hoped prospective voters on Tuesday at the Circle 9 Ranch Campground Bingo Hall in Epson, New Hampshire
Sanders shakes hands with potential supporters while talking to a member of his team
The left-wing White House candidate has repeatedly invoked his brotherhood in campaign speeches and social media messages, most recently on Tuesday, when he tweeted about climate change: & I have seven beautiful grandchildren. I will be damned if I leave them a world that is not habitable. & # 39;
Sanders is not the first politician to be irritated by a squeaky toddler.
In August 2016, then Republican leader Donald Trump commanded a mother and her crying baby to leave his rally in Virginia, saying in the middle of his blunt speech: & # 39; you can take the baby out here & # 39 ;.
Moments later, Trump turned and stated that he loves babies & # 39; s.
According to a poll by Marquette University Law School released Wednesday, Sanders is currently following the Democratic front runner, former vice president Joe Biden, with 20 percent of registered Democrats and independents.
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