The nomination democrat Bernie Sanders and the singer of rap american Cardi B have joined forces Monday to urge young voters to participate in the presidential election of 2020. The amazing duo has been given an appointment in a beauty institute Detroit, in the north of the United States, for the filming of a spot for young voters. A place fitting for Cardi B known both for his songs and manicures sophisticated.
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“We are working on how to engage more young people on the political question,” said the man in 77 years to CNN just before the start of filming. “They are many to vote, but not enough yet.” The artist a native of the Bronx, was then posted on Instagram a picture of her in a great discussion with the senator, an independent from Vermont and a “socialist” self-proclaimed, thanking him for having shared with her his plans for “change the country”.
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Not me, US. Thank you Senator Bernie Sanders for sitting with me and sharing your plans on how you will change this country. A couple of weeks ago I asked my followers if you had the opportunity to have a question answered by a democratic candidate, what would it be ? I got a lot of submission and selected the most popular questions to get answered. Stay tuned to see how he will fight for economic, racial, and social justice for all. Together, let’s build a movement of young people to transform this country.LETS LEARN OUR CANDIDATES!
This is not the first time that the rapper sharing his political views in favor of the democratic candidate. On July 16, she had published about her on his Twitter account: “This man is fighting for equal rights, human rights, for so long.” In the beginning of the year, the rapper was taken to Donald Trump, whom she blamed for having forced thousands of civil servants to return to work without wages in order to limit the effects of the “shutdown”, the blocking of some State services.
Bernie Sanders advanced to second place in the intentions to vote in the democratic primary for the presidential election of 2020, with 15%, according to the website RealClearPolitics (RCP), which is an average of different surveys. It is elbow-to-elbow with the senator progressive Elizabeth Warren (14.5%) but far behind former us vice-president Joe Biden (to 29.3%).