United States Senator Bernie Sanders headlined a Democratic rally at University of Central Florida in Orlando on Wednesday, ahead of US President Donald Trump’s visit to the state. Senator Sanders targeted Florida’s key young population for votes, stating “our president should be bringing our people together. And yet, we have a president today who is trying to win cheap political points.” “For... Еще too many years, brave people have stood up and fought back. And we say to Trump today, we are not going backwards into more discrimination,” Sanders added. Florida is seen as a swing state that could be the key to determine the outcome of the future of the United States House and Senate. The sunshine state is also looking at the possibility of making history by electing the first ever Black governor with Mayor Andrew Gillum, who is running against Trump-backed candidate Ron DeSantis.