Bernie Sanders supporter and actress Susan Sarandon tells MSNBC's Chris Hayes she doesn't think she would be able to vote for Hillary Clinton if she is the Democratic party's presidential nominee.
"I think Bernie would probably encourage people to [support Hillary if he loses] because he doesn't have any ego in this thing," Sarandon said. "But I think a lot of people are, 'sorry, I just can't bring myself to [vote for Hillary].'"
"How about you personally," host Chris Hayes asked.
"I don't know. I'm going to see what happens?" she said.
"Really?" An incredulous Hayes reacted.
"Really," Sarandon said.
"It's dangerous to think we can continue the way we are with the militarized police force, with the death penalty and the low minimum wage and threats to women's rights and think you can't do something huge to turn that around. The country is not in good shape if you're in the middle class. It's disappearing," Sarandon said Monday night on MSNBC.
Sarandon cited her admiration of Henry Kissinger, economic policy and the disastrous Libya policy as several reasons why she couldn't vote for the party's presidential frontrunner.
"I don't like the fact she talks about Henry Kissinger as her go to guy for the stuff that's happened in Libya," said Sarandon. "I don't think it's good."