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.
The senators suggested that a further relief package should be the focus of the Senate, as opposed to the SCOTUS nomination.
A look back at what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Trump and others said about Obama's Supreme Court nominee back in 2016.
Campaign events for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden set to take place in New Hampshire and Michigan over the next few days will be hosted by Biden's former rival Senator Bernie Sanders.
The activist made the comments after Vermont senator Sanders called Trump "a bully, a liar" on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! following Tuesday's presidential debate.
Sanders told Bill Maher that Democrats have a "number of plans" to ensure this happens if the president loses the November election.
"The peaceful transfer of power is enshrined in our Constitution and fundamental to the survival of our Republic," GOP Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming tweeted.
Andrew Yang and John Hickenlooper are two of several 2020 Democratic presidential candidates who joined Biden's campaign team after suspending their own.
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.