The Vermont senator also called on the president-elect to adopt a laundry list of progressive policies in his first 100 days.
Many former Bernie Sanders staffers have blasted President-elect Joe Biden's Cabinet pick of Neera Tanden, who they claim would work against progressive policies. Sanders himself has remained silent on Tanden's nomination.
Most members of the new team have previously worked for Biden and other Democrats.
"The stock market is not the economy," the progressive senator from Vermont tweeted.
Biden has started to reveal nominees for his Cabinet, but no members of Congress have been named so far.
The Vermont senator has called for further financial boosts to support people nationwide amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We need to stop pretending that student loan debt is actually a 'crisis,'" a libertarian think tank fellow wrote in response to Democratic proposals.
The report pointed to 12 companies—dubbed the "Delinquent Dozen"—that it said have driven "exploding inequality" in American society.
While some economists believe student loan cancellation would benefit many Americans and boost the economy, others question whether it's the best approach to address economic disparities.
"Please don't tell me that we cannot afford to cancel all student debt and make public colleges and trade schools tuition-free and debt-free for all," Sanders tweeted.
Many people debated whether Americans would be in favor of cancelling student debt, especially if they'd already paid off loans or didn't go to college.
The Vermont senator also railed against companies who "throw American workers out on the street."
"The idea that he continues to tell his supporters that the only reason he may have lost this election is because of fraud is an absolutely disgraceful, un-American thing to do," said the Vermont senator.
The Vermont senator called for a "real stimulus package" paying working class households $2,000 a month.
Sanders has reportedly intensified his campaign to be appointed Labor secretary in Biden's incoming administration cabinet.
"I think we should give no quarter to any Cabinet appointment," Phillip Agnew said while speaking during an event Monday night.
"That is our mandate from the American people," Bowman said. "The American people support Medicare for All in overwhelming numbers."
The Vermont senator congratulated the campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden, but Sanders warned there was still a lot of work to be done to solve America's problems.
The Vermont senator said the president was trying to undermine the legitimacy of the election.
"It is likely that the first votes that will be counted will be those people who came in on Election Day," he noted on October 23, but "you're going to have states dealing with perhaps millions of mail-in ballots."
Bernie Sanders supporters claim the socialist politician "would have won" against President Donald Trump, but others have ridiculed the suggestion.
Sanders accurately predicted that Donald Trump would claim a premature victory before all the votes had been counted.
The Vermont senator said that defeating President Donald Trump would be a "first step" for progressives, but insisted there would then need to be a push for further change to further their cause.
"Don't tell anybody, but let me wait till a little after the election," Trump said at a rally on Sunday of the infectious disease expert. "I appreciate the advice."
"I think for many, many years the Democratic Party has not paid the kind of attention to working-class needs that they should've," the Vermont senator said.
The video showed footage from a debate between Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, in which he Biden claimed he had never supported cutting funding for Social Security.
"So much, Mr. President, for standing up to the big, bad communist government of China," the Vermont senator said.
Suspect Kiara R. Dudley is seen wearing a pro-Bernie Sanders sticker in her booking photo.
Six of the 10 Democratic senators of the Senate Judiciary Committee's minority members have pushed for Medicare for All over Obamacare.
Harrison raised $57 million from July through September, the highest quarterly fundraising for a Senate candidate in U.S. history.