Nếu cụ là ứng cử viên của đảng Dân chủ đợt tới thì khéo Trump lại làm thêm nhiệm kỳ nữa.
Bài này tóm tắt Cương lĩnh cơ bản của Cụ:
Health care: In 2017, Sanders introduced a bill to transition to Medicare for All, a system where every American would get health care through the government. Critics have called his plan too radical or expensive. The Vermont senator has also joined Democratic leaders in introducing legislation to slash drug costs, in part by encouraging imports of cheaper drugs from abroad and giving Medicare more power to negotiate prices.
Labor: Sanders has pushed for a $15 per hour minimum wage and urged major companies to give their workers raises. Sanders also has pushed to boost dwindling private sector labor unions.
Taxes: To address growing wealth inequality, Sanders wants to expand the estate tax. A plan proposed in January would tax estates starting at $3.5 million, with a 77 percent rate on billionaire estates. Various 2020 Democratic candidates have unveiled proposals to either tax the wealthy more or reduce the tax burden on the middle class.
Investing/banks: Sanders has pointedly criticized Wall Street for years. In October, he introduced a bill to cap the size of financial institutions, which would break up banks including J.P. Morgan Chase and Goldman Sachs. Earlier this month, he unveiled a plan to restrict stock repurchases.
Education: In 2017, Sanders introduced a plan to make community college tuition-free and eliminate tuition at four-year universities for students from families with income of $125,000 or less. He has also pushed for more student loan forgiveness.
Climate change: The senator has endorsed a version of the Green New Deal, a plan to dramatically reshape the U.S. economy to cut carbon emissions and address climate change.