Former Vice President and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden rips Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) for not disavowing online supporters.
"I know you've seen what's been online," Biden said Monday on MSNBC. "The vicious, vicious threats and things they've said, the misogynistic things they've said, referring to the women who are leaders of the Culinary Union and the things that they've said about them. And, actually, they've received death threats. I mean, this is way, way -- this is Trump-like -- way over the line. And I think Bernie has to be -- he has to disavow this. He has to say, 'I disassociate, I don't want any of those people being with me.' Can you imagine if my supporters did that what should be expected of me? I'm not saying Bernie won't do it, he hasn't done it yet."
When asked if Sanders is "Trump-like" himself, Biden said the candidate should speak up and take on
"It is ugly. I can't even use the words they used -- go on, check on, you know, the websites out there," Biden said.