Bernie Sanders Roasts GOP Debate on Twitter: Can They Talk About Anything Besides Wanting to Go to War?

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) ripped the Republican candidate debate on Wednesday night as it happened through his Twitter account, the Huffington Post reported.

Sanders, who is seeking the Democratic Party nomination, criticized the candidates for talking tough on foreign policy:


And for seemingly ducking a discussion regarding climate change at the same time:


He also hit individual candidates on various issues throughout the evening:


And also pointed out the lack of discussion regarding income inequality:


He also had the same question that other viewers may have shared during the three-hour debate:


Ultimately, Sanders stopped posting with about 30 minutes left in the event.

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