The Bernie Sanders campaign released this ad ahead of the Iowa Caucus touting that "we've got billionaires going on television crying that they're going to have to start paying their fair share of taxes" saying that his campaign is "Trump's worst nightmare."
With a backdrop of the White Stripes song "Seven Nation Army," Sanders says:
BERNIE SANDERS: You can tell how good I feel by how nervous the establishment is getting. Suddenly, Donald Trump is talking about our campaign. Suddenly, we have the Democratic establishment very nervous about this campaign. We got Wall Street nervous. We got the insurance companies nervous. We got the rug companies nervous. We got the fossil fuel industry nervous. We are their worst nightmare!
DONALD TRUMP: Bernie is surging, there's no question about it.
SAD BILLIONAIRE: Bernie Sanders has a lot of money, there's no doubt,
Don't bring up Bernie Sanders because that's a red flag in front of me.
BERNIE SANDERS: And they're starting to think, could this really happen?
CHRIS MATTHEWS: Something's going on here because Bernie is rising.
STEVE KORNACKI: In this CNN poll he leads Biden -- whoa -- he leads Biden by three points among non-white voters.
MSNBC GUEST: Sometimes if it is a Republican, you will still hear they really like Bernie Sanders.
BERNIE SANDERS: We got billionaires going on television crying that they're going to have to start paying their fair share of taxes.
Could there really be a political movement in America which brings together blacks and whites and Latinos and Asian Americans and Native Americans, gay and straight, to stand up as working-class people fighting for change?
This is their "Nightmare on Elm Street."