Sen. Bernie Sanders' Eight-Hour Soliloquy

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) took the Senate floor at 10:25 Friday morning and continued to talk for more than eight hours against the President's tax deal. Sen. Sanders talks about his opposition to the compromise and the experience of holding the floor and talking for eight hours straight.

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