During a televised town hall on CNN, Sanders criticized Trump for abandoning working Americans, promised to campaign in “Trump Country,” and even gave a nod to a county in Pennsylvania that voted for Trump after backing Barack Obama twice.

“Trump told working people that he was going to be on their side. He is not on their side,” Sanders said. “By the end of this campaign, I suspect that a number of people who voted for Donald Trump will understand that he is not their friend and that the agenda that we have, which is prepared to take on the billionaire class, is the agenda they will support.”…

“That is what’s going on all over this country — large corporations cut health care and benefits to their workers and the CEOs make 300 times what their workers make,” he said. “You go to Trump Country and ask people there whether they think that makes sense.”