May 29, 2020
Symone Sanders, senior adviser to Joe Biden’s presidential campaign and author of the new book, “No, You Shut Up,” joined Washington Post columnist Karen Tumulty to discuss the civil unrest in Minneapolis, the 2020 election and her new book, "No, You Shut Up."
Highlights
Biden campaign adviser Symone Sanders says that President Trump is fanning the fires of white supremacy with his tweets about protests in Minneapolis. “A Joe Biden presidency will save lives,” Sanders said.
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Biden campaign adviser Symone Sanders shared her thoughts on the death of George Floyd and the subsequent protests over police brutality. “I’m exhausted. I was sobbing all morning,” she said.
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Biden campaign adviser Symone Sanders says there are no hard feelings between the Biden’ and Sanders’ campaigns since Biden secured the 2020 Democratic nomination. “Donald Trump is the only opponent we have,” Sanders said.
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During a Washington Post Live interview, Biden campaign adviser Symone Sanders discussed how Democrats are working to ensure access to the ballot box for voters and safe and fair elections in 2020.
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Symone Sanders
Senior Adviser for Joe Biden's presidential campaign and Author of "No, You Shut Up"
Symone Sanders is a senior adviser for former vice president Joe Biden's 2020 presidential campaign. She also serves as principal of the 360 Group LLC where she provides strategic communications guidance to organizations, businesses, individuals, campaigns and candidates and helps clients find sound solutions to tough political and social problems. Sanders is the former chair of the Coalition of Juvenile Justice Emerging Leaders Committee and former member of the Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice, where she worked to raise the profile of young voices in the fight for juvenile justice reform and bring millennial perspectives to policy conversations. Sanders is a former CNN political commentator and served in 2018 and 2019 as a resident fellow at Harvard's Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School and the University of Southern California's Center for the Political Future respectively.
Karen Tumulty
Columnist, The Washington Post
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