Wednesday on CNN’s “Wolf,” while commenting on the recent chaos at the Democratic Party’s state convention in Nevada, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) said she is worried that Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Berine Sanders’ (I-VT) response did not denounce his supporters actions enough and added it could lead to history repeating itself with riots at the Democratic convention like happened in 1968.
Feinstein said, “I think that was the time to have sent a full-throated message to his followers that he don’t do this kind of thing and this kind of thing is antithetical to the process set out. If we don’t like the process, we should work to change it.”
When asked about the chaos surfacing at convention in July she added, “It worries me a great deal. I don’t want to go back to the 68th convention. Because I worry about what it does to the electorate as a whole, and he should too.”