Senator Bernie Sanders Calls Hillary Clinton Foundation Money ‘A Very Serious Problem’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Senator Bernie Sanders Calls Hillary Clinton Foundation Money ‘A Very Serious Problem’

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, said he is concerned by the millions of dollars flowing into the Clinton Foundation at a time when he thinks money plays too strong a role in politics.

“It tells me what is a very serious problem,” Sanders said in an interview with ABC News’ Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl. “It's not just about Hillary Clinton or Bill Clinton. It is about a political system today that is dominated by big money. It's about the Koch brothers being prepared to spend $900 million dollars in the coming election.

“So do I have concerns about the Clinton Foundation and that money? I do,” he added. “But I am concerned about Sheldon Adelson and his billions. I’m concerned about the Koch Brothers and their billions. We're looking at a system where our democracy is being owned by a handful of billionaires.”

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That is because politicians are willing to sell our democracy to those billionaires!

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