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Trump: I Can Get 'Very Good Material' From Sanders' Speeches

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By    |   Wednesday, 27 Apr 2016 10:37 AM

Bernie Sanders' comments about Hillary Clinton are "interesting," Donald Trump said Wednesday morning, and he plans to use some of them against her.

"I can reread some of his speeches and get some very good material," the GOP front-runner told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program.  "He said some things about her that are actually surprising, that essentially she has no right to even be running."

For example, Trump said he thought "sound bite" when Sanders accused Clinton of using "bad judgment." In fact, Trump did use the bad judgment phrase in another interview on ABC's "Good Morning America," telling host George Stephanopoulos that "even Bernie Sanders said she has had bad judgment. That's a big statement to make. That's a statement worse than many of the statements I've made against people I'm running against."

Trump also told the "Morning Joe" program that he thinks Sanders has been treated "very badly by the Democrats and Democratic Party [and] frankly, he should run as an independent, I think."

But Sanders has said in several interviews that he will do what he can to keep Trump or other Republicans out of the White House.

Trump also ridiculed Clinton's tone of voice in her victory speech, when she responded to his claiming she uses the "women card" to gain votes.

"I haven't quite recovered, it's early in the morning, from her shouting that message," said Trump. "I know a lot of people would say you can't say that about a woman, because of course a woman doesn't shout...That's the way she said it, and I guess I'll have to get used to a lot of that over the next four or five months."

But he said that he will do well running against Hillary "as soon as we start our process against her, but it's still up in the air if she'll be running because "we're all waiting to find out with the e-mail scandal...it's taking longer and longer. She's guilty. Everybody knows she's guilty but they don't want to go after her. It's going to be an interesting thing, but she's got a problem. People at the far left are sitting in jail cells."

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Bernie Sanders' comments about Hillary Clinton are "interesting," Donald Trump said Wednesday morning, and he plans to use some of them against her.
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