Bernie Sanders Goes Silent When Asked If He’s Glad About Workers Getting Tax Cut Bonuses (VIDEO)

Over Over 3 million US employees will receive bonuses or raises this year thanks to the Trump tax cuts.


But Democrats are not impressed with the tax cut bonuses for US workers.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz dismissed the bonuses.
Minority leader Nancy Pelosi called them crumbs.

And on Sunday Bernie Sanders went silent on Meet the Press when asked about the billions of dollars of bonuses given to working Americans.

NANCY CORDES: Senator, the President is giving his first State of the Union address this week and polls show that his biggest achievement so far, the tax cuts, are now gaining in popularity as some of these big companies hand out thousand-dollar bonuses. Are you glad that these people have more money in their pockets?

SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS: Are we having a technical issue here?

NANCY CORDES: Senator, can you hear me? All right. It appears that we have lost our audio connection with Senator Sanders. We’ll take a commercial break and will be right back.

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