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Cardi B Explains Why She Endorsed Joe Biden After Bernie Sanders

Cardi B is opening up about her politics.

The “WAP” entertainer sat down for an interview with SiriusXM’s Swaggy Sie on Friday (August 7).

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“You know what, I was so f–king mad because it’s like people, when he dropped, people was like ‘oh what do you mean?’ Why? Because of y’all! Because you know how this new generation is. We be loving something but we just be lazy to do it, it’s like motherf–kers was just lazy to vote for him,” she said of Bernie Sanders dropping out of the presidential race.

She then explained why it was important to later endorse Joe Biden.

“I feel like it’s important now because like, yo Trump is…I cannot, I’m telling you, if Trump goes for like another four years, I’m going to have a meltdown, Like I will have a mental breakdown. I cannot deal with this anymore…I do be scared of the state of the country…not only do I care about the people, but it’s like I am afraid of the future,” she went on to say.

“I don’t want an another war…the economy right now, it sucks, like people are not making money. Some people are getting money, and they are not supposed to be getting money. This coronavirus s–t, I want it to be over but I don’t want people to lie to me…God forbid that my grandparents, somebody gets sick. I haven’t seen my grandparents in a month and I’m dying to see them,” she continued.

When asked what she would ask Joe in a sit-down interview similar to the one she did with Bernie, Cardi simply said: “you gonna see.”

She also revealed the “nasty” meaning of her new single.

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Cardi B Chats With Bernie Sanders About Joe Biden, Coronavirus & More in Instagram Live

Cardi B joined Bernie Sanders on an Instagram Live talk on Tuesday (April 14), where the two opened up about his decision to drop out of the Presidential race, the impact of coronavirus and more.

The 27-year-old rapper opened up to Bernie about her disappointment, but understanding in him dropping out of the race and brought the focus on the presumptive Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, who Bernie endorsed earlier in the week.

“I’m just gonna go with Joe Biden because I cannot see the next step of America being run by number 45,” Cardi shared, adding that “A lot of people, like the youth, they don’t really rock with Joe Biden because he’s conservative.”

Bernie told Cardi that since before his endorsement, he has been working with Biden on becoming a more progressive candidate.

He said he expects Biden to stand for a $15 minimum wage, college opportunities “regardless of income,” and canceling student debt for “a lot of people.”

“I would go further in all of these areas than he goes, but he is moving in the right direction,” Bernie added.

Cardi and Bernie also touched on how the country won’t go back to normal as usual after the coronavirus has been eradicated, and how legislators are trying to “go around Trump” in order to get the medical equipment, including ventilators and testing kits to aid with the pandemic.

“We are in for a ride,” she added. “After everything goes back to normal again, I want to let people know that things are not going to be back normal again.”

Watch the full interview below:

Bernie Sanders Endorses Joe Biden For President

Bernie Sanders has officially endorsed Joe Biden as the Democratic nominee for president.

“I’m asking every Democrat, I’m asking every independent, I’m asking a lot of Republicans to come together in this campaign to support your candidacy, which I endorse,” Bernie shared during a live stream event today (April 13).

He continued while speaking with Joe on a split screen, “We need you in the White House, and I will do all that I can to make that happen.”

Joe said to Bernie that he’s “going to need you. Not just to win the campaign, but to govern.”

Bernie also shared that he and his staff have been working with Joe and his staff to address the pressing issues of the day, including the economy, education, climate, criminal justice, immigration reform and health care.

“I hope that these task forces will come together, utilizing the best minds and people in your campaign and in my campaign, to work out real solutions to these very, very important problems,” Bernie said.

Bernie dropped out of the presidential race just last week.

Larry David's Bernie Sanders Delivers Address After Dropping Out on 'SNL' - Watch! (Video)

Larry David is reprising his role as Senator Bernie Sanders!

The 72-year-old Curb Your Enthusiasm actor appeared on the special at-home edition of Saturday Night Live on Saturday (April 11).

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During his appearance, “Bernie” answered his supporters’ questions about suspending his 2020 presidential campaign and the ongoing global pandemic.

“Always a bridesmaid, never the Democratic nominee,” he said in the opening.

Alec Baldwin returned to his role as Donald Trump in the special as well. Watch it here!

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Cardi B Slams Young Bernie Sanders Supporters After He Drops Out: 'Y'all Motherf--kers Don't Vote'

Cardi B is unhappy with fellow supporters of Bernie Sanders.

The 27-year-old “Bodak Yellow” rapper called out his base on Thursday (April 9) on her Instagram Story following the news of the Vermont senator dropping out of the presidential race.

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“I’m really upset at everybody, because as you guys know… Bernie dropped out of the race…I see a lot of young people on the Internet always lying…I’m getting sick of y’all. I’m about to start hanging out with my grandma’s friends. Because they vote. Y’all motherf–kers don’t vote, and that s–t is getting me tight,” she said.

“Y’all wasn’t voting, y’all wasn’t voting… what the f–k was up with that?”

She went on to say that older people turn up to vote more than younger people.

“Now we gotta go for Biden…I do not want 45 [Trump] to be president again, now y’all this s–t is very f–king serious. Right now? The state that America is in? We got no time to f–king play around. You really got think about yourself. Right now we’re about to motherf–king go through another recession.”

“And guess what? Do you really want 45 to be in charge of the recession?” she added.

Here’s how other stars reacted to Bernie dropping out.

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Bernie Sanders Wants to Move Joe Biden in 'More Progressive Direction' to Defeat Donald Trump (Video)

Bernie Sanders might be out of the race, but his fight isn’t over.

After dropping out of the Democratic presidential race, the 78-year-old senator appeared on The Late Show on Wednesday (April 8) for an interview with Stephen Colbert.

During his interview, Bernie had supportive words for Joe Biden, who will now most likely be the Democratic nominee in the Presidential Race.

“It’s no great secret that Joe Biden’s politics are different than mine, but I have known Joe since I came to the Senate in 2006, worked with him when he was vice president in the Obama administration,” Bernie said. “And what I would say to people is that Joe is a very decent human being. I know his wife Jill, as well, as a wonderful person.”

Bernie then went on to say that he will be there to support Biden in his fight to defeat President Trump.

“And I hope to be able to work with Joe to move him in a more progressive direction,” Bernie continued. “And I think Joe is a good politician and he understands that in order to defeat the president, in order to defeat Trump, he’s going to have to bring new people into his political world, and that he’s going to have to listen to their needs. Young people, working people. And maybe start moving in a different direction to some degree than he has in the past.”

Stephen then asked if this means that Bernie is officially endorsing Biden for President, but Bernie turned the direction of the conversation into why he decided to run in the first place: to get Trump out of the White House.

“We’re going to be talking to Joe, and we are, and we’re talking to his team of advisers,” Bernie added. “But what I have said, I can tell you this, Stephen, what I said from the first day that I announced my intention to run for president, I will do everything that I can to make sure that Donald Trump is not re-elected.”

Celebrities React to Bernie Sanders Dropping Out of 2020 Presidential Election Bid

On Wednesday (April 8), Bernie Sanders announced that he has suspended his campaign to become the next President of the United States.

This announcement paves the way for former Vice President Joe Biden to nab the democratic nomination and take on Donald Trump in the general election this coming November.

After Bernie Sanders dropped out of the race, some of his celebrity supporters took to Twitter to express their remorse over the end of his campaign.

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