AT&T is laying off thousands of workers at the beginning of the year without severance pay. Instead, the employees will have to train their foreign replacements. At the same time, the company saved $3B thanks to Trump's tax cuts. Trickle down economics is a cruel joke.

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Breaking: We won Nevada! We are building an unprecedented grassroots movement, and together, there is nothing we cannot accomplish. Let’s take the next step and win it all. Chip in here:

“The Kremlin is reportedly backing Bernie Sanders bid to win the White House.” Jon Scott@FoxNews  Why didn’t somebody tell me this?

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How is @BernieSanders  able to pull this off? Because he's built something that has proven it can survive independent from the existing establishment, which earns mass appeal. #NevadaCaucus  @CNN 

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Someone the crowd yells that Biden is now “the comeback kid.” I’d been workshopping “the comeback grandpa” (note granddaughter Finnegan on stage here).

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BREAKING: Bernie Sanders has won the Nevada caucuses, following up on his New Hampshire primary win last week with a bigger victory in the West

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