Bernie Sanders SLAMS Hillary Clinton at Fox News Town Hall

With the 2020 Democratic race beginning to finally wind its way toward closure, Bernie Sanders still has a lot of work to do.

The Vermont Senator took a big hit on Super Tuesday, after former Vice President Joe Biden snatched up a great many delegates, likely thanks to the conspicuously-timed departures of several key moderate Democrats from the race – all of whom threw their support behind Biden at the last possible minute.

Sanders is likely to gain ground on Biden out west, however, as the geographic favorability of Super Tuesday was clearly in the former veep’s wheelhouse.

Bernie will have to have a strong showing in Michigan on Tuesday in order to stay relevant, and that’s why the longtime Senator was appearing on Fox News on Monday night.  During this town hall-style event, Sanders was asked about his 2016 primary rival Hillary Clinton, and Sanders responded with some choice words.

Separately, prompted by a recent video clip of Clinton claiming that “nobody likes” Sanders and that he “didn’t work until he was 41,” Sanders responded: “Unlike Secretary Clinton, I don’t want to relive 2016. We’re in 2020 now.”

“But, what I would say on a good day, is my wife likes me,” Sanders said to applause. “But also, if you guys look at some of the polling they do for United States senators, in most cases I turn out to be the most popular senator in the country.” (At the end of the town hall, in response to a question as to who his closest friend is in Washington, Sanders said, “My wife.”)

There have been rumors swirling as of late that Hillary Clinton could be a possible Vice Presidential candidate on the Biden ticket, but that move could be risky.

Clinton has been assumed the role of persona non grata within the Democratic Party ever since the 2016 election, where the former Secretary of State was caught rigging the primary elections against Bernie Sanders with the help of the DNC.