Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) relived the glory of his presidential bid Saturday evening in a speech at the progressive People's Summit conference in Chicago.
Sanders' talk targeted President Trump for "telling the people of this country that he was going to stand up for the working class, that he was going to stand up to the political establishment and then, once he got elected and without a second's hesitation he brings more billionaires into his administration than any president in history."
Of his own "political revolution," Sanders said, losing the election did not mean losing "the battle of ideas." Watch an excerpt of the speech below. Bonnie Kristian