Chelsea Clinton Accidentally Calls Bernie Sanders ‘President’ [Video]


Chelsea Clinton, daughter of President Bill Clinton and board member of the William J. Clinton Foundation attends the George Washington University (GW) kickoff rally to launch the "GW Phones for Hope," as part of the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative University project to collect and recycle 20,000 used cell phones and use the proceeds to fund mobile health technology projects in developing countries. The donations from the GW Phones for Hope collection drive will help fund two maternal and child health projects, in the Democratic Republic of Congo and in Nepal. AFP PHOTO/Karen BLEIER (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

Chelsea Clinton made the mother of all Freudian slips while speaking at a rally for her mother’s presidential campaign. That’s right—Chelsea referred to Hillary’s rival (some might say archenemy) Bernie Sanders as “President Sanders.”

Awkward.

Hillary Clinton’s daughter accidentally called Bernie Sanders, her mom’s rival in the Democratic race for the White House, “President Sanders.” She told the crowd at the Minnesota rally that the United States needs to strip away legal immunity for gun manufacturers, protections she went on to say “President Sanders” once voted for.

“I hope not ‘President’ Sanders!’” she said after realizing her mistake. Even with the smooth recovery, it’s a pretty awkward moment. Check it out:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IH7Kp1ZGCMY

According to NY Daily News:

“Chelsea Clinton’s 2016 stumping is the second time she has campaigned for her mom. She spoke at hundreds of colleges during Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential bid. In recent days, both candidates have escalated their attacks and upended the previously civil tone of the contest.”

Could Chelsea’s words be prophetic? Only if Sanders wins the New Hampshire primary—and then trounces Clinton and his Republican opponent in the rest of the race. According to Ted Devine, Sanders’ campaign manager:

“The momentum that comes from an early victory is huge, and I believe that Bernie’s campaign is in position to take advantage of that momentum. We have strong campaigns on the ground in Nevada and South Carolina, and we have been on radio in Nevada since November and on TV in Nevada since late December.”

Time will tell if Devine is right.


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Timothy Bertrand
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