Forget about attacks from Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Sen. Bernie Sanders better watch out for hypothermia.
The Vermont independent and Democratic presidential hopeful likes it cold in his hotel rooms — very, very cold, according a memo from his campaign. The "Senator Comfort Memo" was revealed by The Smoking Gun on Wednesday. The memo was marked "confidential."
The two-page document highlights Sanders' lodging requests for when he is out campaigning on the road and says the room thermostat should be set at 60 degrees.
While the politician apparently loves the cold, he doesn't like leaky faucets and toilets that don't work well. The memo says that campaign workers are advised to check the room for slow flushing toilets, leaky faucets, and slow draining bathtubs and are further ordered to remove "hotel pamphlets/signage from bed and side-tables."
Sanders also wants a "small junior suite" and "mini honey bottles or single honey packs."
The memo insists there is "no need for a large suite" and urges upgrades to be avoided "as much as possible."
Sanders is reasonable in his rider but he does emphasize the importance of "a quiet stay." His suite should not be "near elevators, ice machines, or other high foot traffic spots," the document states. It is also requested that the floor placement be adjusted if any other groups are staying at the hotel.
An adjoining room should be secured if Sanders' grandchildren are with him and his wife should have an aide with her if there is a pool in the vicinity, especially if their grandchildren are present.
Finally, once Sanders has vacated the suite, one of his campaign workers must "toss the room" to ensure that "nothing was left behind (documents, computers, personal belongings, etc.)."
As a senator, there could be private and sensitive information that Sanders does not want anyone to come across, and if he has left something behind, it must be shredded.
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