Bernie SandersBernie SandersWhat the shift in Senate control means for marijuana policy reform Business groups prepare for lobbying push against minimum wage Schumer: Senate could pave way for reconciliation on COVID relief next week MORE’s wife on Tuesday said Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpBlinken holds first calls as Biden's secretary of State Senators discussing Trump censure resolution Dobbs: Republicans lost in 2020 because they 'forgot who was the true leader' MORE faces little chance of converting her husband’s voters.

“I tend to not agree with that,” Jane Sanders said on MSNBC when asked about Trump’s claim that he could win over Bernie Sanders's fans. "Across the board, no.”


Trump late Monday said he could transform Sanders’s backers into his own should the Democratic presidential candidate suspend his campaign.

“I think a lot of the young people that are with Bernie Sanders are going to come to my side because they want jobs,” he said on Fox News’s “Hannity." "They see what’s happening.

“Bernie Sanders and I agree on one thing — trade — that we don’t know what we’re doing on trade,” Trump said. "The difference is, I’ll make great deals out of it, [and] he doesn’t know what to do.

“The people that are with Bernie Sanders, the young people, I really believe they’re going to come over and vote for me. I think we’re going to have a lot of crossover.”

Jane Sanders on Tuesday said her husband and Trump share distaste for Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonEverytown urges Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene to resign over newly uncovered remarks Marjorie Taylor Greene expressed support on Facebook for violence against Democrats McConnell last spoke to Trump on Dec. 15 MORE’s trade policies.

“I think there is agreement on trade,” she said. "[They share] very strong disagreement with Secretary Clinton on trade.”

But she said Bernie Sanders surpasses Clinton and Trump on foreign policy.

“On foreign policy, as Secretary Clinton said, [Trump’s] ideas are ‘scary,’ ” she said.

“On the other hand, when you look at who’s the best commander in chief, you look at somebody who has the judgment not to vote for the Iraq War,” she added.

“We disagree with the military intervention stance and the regime change that Secretary Clinton has. Of the three of them, I believe, not surprisingly, that Bernie would be the best commander in chief."