New Hampshire business owner Corina Cisneros told “Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade Wednesday that the rising support for Democratic socialist Senator Bernie Sanders, D-VT, in the 2020 pool ‘bothers’ her because she fled that when she came to the U.S. from Venezuela.
“It’s very sad. I became a U.S. citizen just two years ago. I’m from Venezuela originally. This is gonna be my first presidential election. I’m proud to be an American citizen and just to be in New Hampshire have my own business… I’m living the American dream,” Cisneros explained.
When asked about Sanders and his push for Democratic socialism, Cisneros said, “It bothers me a lot because I lived socialism. I left socialism. Socialism is not the answer for America.”
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