[Ed. – The real question is whether his supporters intend to limit rallies.]
Sen. Bernie Sanders on Sunday acknowledged that he and his presidential opponents are in an age group that is more vulnerable to the coronavirus outbreak but said he wouldn’t limit his activities.
Asked on CNN’s “State of the Union” whether he, former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump should limit travel and avoid crowds, as has been recommended for older Americans, Sanders replied: “In the best of all possible worlds, maybe. But right now, we’re running as hard as we can.”
He cited his three rallies on Saturday and said he’s holding two more Sunday.
“I’ve been working really, really hard,” he said. “Look, this is the most consequential election in the modern history of the United States of America. Trump, in my view, is a president who is a liar, who … has to be beaten.”