Sanders urged states to count mail-in ballots as quickly as possible because the longer the count lasts, the more likely it is Trump will inflame chaos in order to delegitimize the election altogether.
Former President Bill Clinton said of Ginsburg, "[She] exceeded even my highest expectations when I appointed her."
However, many electoral roadblocks stand in the way of making a third party truly viable in American politics.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday accused Democrats of taking part in an "endless parade of partisan hysteria" by expressing security concerns about November's election.
"I think there is a strong chance that...[Biden] will win," Sanders said during an appearance Friday on PBS' 'Firing Line.' "Am I here to tell you, 'Absolutely, this is a slam dunk, no chance that he will lose?' That's not what I'm saying."
The Vermont senator called on the Republican leader to "respond to the needs of working families" and hold a vote on a new relief fund.
Democrats continue to put pressure on DeJoy amid his Congressional appearance over changes he made at USPS.
"I want to just reach out to the Bernie Bros and say the party of economic nationalism is here," White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said.
Harris has faced criticism for being too progressive and not progressive enough.
The congresswoman was asked to nominate the Vermont senator under Democratic National Convention rules.
In her brief speech, the progressive congresswoman endorsed Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for President.
"Trump and his handpicked Postmaster General ... are trying to sabotage the Postal Service, suppress the vote and undermine democracy," Senator Bernie Sanders told Newsweek.
"Nero fiddled while Rome burned," Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said Monday during remarks at the Democratic National Convention. "Trump golfs."
The Vermont senator defended the presumptive Democratic Party presidential ticket of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris from progressive criticism, saying the vast majority of liberals know the country must oust President Donald Trump.
"People in the U.K. have seen the impacts of privatization and want it back into the hands of the public," Senator Bernie Sanders told Newsweek.
When ranked by legislative behavior and how similar their bills and resolutions are to other congress members, Harris and Sanders are closer than people might think.
"Trump announced that if he is re-elected he will permanently defund Social Security," Senator Bernie Sanders warned.
"At a time of enormous economic pain and suffering, we have a fundamental choice to make," Senator Bernie Sanders wrote.
Medicare for All is not currently part of Joe Biden's health platform although many Democrats stand firmly behind the idea.
Trump 2020 campaign senior adviser Jason Miller said Joe Biden's pick for a vice presidential running mate is incredibly important because it's essentially the presumptive Democratic nominee's "political living will."
"The government has the most money by far. They talk in trillions," Musk tweeted.
"This is a middle finger to those struggling and to the cops, first responders, teachers, and those who have been putting their lives on the line in the fight against COVID-19," tweeted Rep. Max Rose.
"If you've lost your job through no fault of your own, Republicans want you to take a 30% pay cut. Can you believe that?" Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer tweeted.
"They are now giving 100 percent deduction for rich people to go out and have three-martini lunches," Bernie Sanders said of the GOP stimulus proposal. "But ... millions of families in this country are facing hunger."
The Tesla CEO said another package should be direct payments to consumers and that such government packages are "jammed to gills with special interests earmarks."
Only two of the next 10 highest-spending nations are rivals of the U.S.; China and Russia. But the U.S. annually spends more than twice as much as both nations combined.
The Vermont senator urged for health care to be made a "human right" under a Medicare for All package.
Allies of Senator Bernie Sanders are touting agenda items they persuaded Joe Biden to adopt in his platform, Newsweek has learned. But Biden's pact with the left is even bigger.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, seen as the Democratic Party's top choice for its presidential nomination, earned less primary votes than President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin and Florida.