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Is Obama Planning To Stop Bernie Sanders From Getting The Democratic Party Nomination?

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Is Obama Planning To Stop Bernie Sanders From Getting The Democratic Party Nomination?

Is Obama Planning To Stop Bernie Sanders From Getting The Democratic Party Nomination?

Fox Business News is reporting that Former President Barack Obama may speak out against Bernie Sanders.

Obama has remained mostly silent through the early stages of the Democratic race for the nomination.

That may soon change, friends and associates tell FOX Business.

Sanders has made significant gains in national polls.

Some news outlets say Sanders is the front runner.

Obama insiders spoke to Fox on the condition of anonymity.

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