Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb pushed back on “Fox News Sunday” against the Democratic Party’s recent move “far to the left,” arguing that the Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders wing of the party is “not my Democratic Party.”
Webb told guest host Bret Baier the party “needs to bring working people into the formula.” The latest Democratic candidate in the race added that he’s running because those kind of people “need a voice.”
BRET BAIER: You mentioned the Democratic race. In the RealClearPolitics average of polls, you’re at about 2.3 percent, and well behind the front runner, Hillary Clinton. You have an uphill climb against this Clinton machine. Most political analysts will tell you that Democrats have moved resolutely to the left and that basically Hillary Clinton has renounced Clintonism, which really was the vital core of the center, used to be, in your party. In a party that seems to thrill to Bernie Sanders and maybe long for Elizabeth Warren, who are the Jim Webb Democrats?
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