Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, left, meets with former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg at a cafe in New York on March 29, 2018.Photo: Bandar Algaloud/Saudi Kingdom Council/Handout/Anadolu Agency/Getty ImagesSaudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, left, meets with former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg at a cafe in New York on March 29, 2018.Photo: Bandar Algaloud/Saudi Kingdom Council/Handout/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
Who Loves Dictators? Bernie or His Rivals?
While Bernie Sanders faces attacks for supporting the Castro regime, it’s his rivals who have long histories of cozying up to dictators.
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