Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, a Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonThere's no money for infrastructure, so cities must think differently Conservative leader says next president can't abandon free trade Ex-Arizona governor: Hispanic Dems 'don’t get out and vote' MORE supporter, is going after Democratic presidential candidate Bernie SandersBernie SandersEx-Arizona governor: Hispanic Dems 'don’t get out and vote' Emails show Clinton camp's plans to work with writers to hit Sanders Small donors aren’t revolutionizing Congress. At least not yet. MORE for saying that race relations would be better under his presidency.
"So his comments last night, which I happen to believe are incorrect, are consistent with his dismissive and disrespectful attitude towards President Obama," Reed said Friday in an interview on CNN.
“Absolutely," Sanders replied, "because what we will do is instead of give tax breaks to millionaires, we will create millions of jobs for low-income kids so they are not hanging out on street corners."
"I think it seemed a bit presumptuous to me to conclude that Bernie Sanders in the twilight of his career was going to be able to be the great healer in race relations," said Congressional Black Caucus whip Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) on Friday.
"Show me in the Senate where he led some broad coalition to get something significant accomplished done," he said.