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Cardi B's Political Bid Backed by Senator Bernie Sanders

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Cardi B's Political Bid Backed by Senator Bernie Sanders

Cardi B's Political Bid Backed by Senator Bernie Sanders

Cardi B's Political Bid Backed by Senator Bernie Sanders Cardi revealed on social media last week that she wanted to make a career for herself in politics.

She "really loves" the idea of government even though she is not a supporter of President Donald Trump or his Republican administration.

Cardi B, via Twitter Cardi B, via Twitter One person who believes Cardi would be a fantastic member of Congress is Sanders, who is currently in the midst of his second presidential campaign, running against Trump.

Senator Bernie Sanders, to TMZ

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