Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was met with audible groans from the audience on Wednesday evening's Houston She the People's Presidential Forum for his answer to a question about the rise of white nationalism. Sanders, one of eight Democratic aspirants for 2020 presented at the summit, calling himself "the very first presidential candidate forum for colored women," prompted the crowd after engaging in his usual talks on immigration reform and mentioning talks His visit to the march in Washington with Dr. Ing. Martin Luther King, when he was asked how he would deal with the issue of white tyranny and what he would do specifically for colored women. The questioner, former New York immigration commissioner Sayu Bhojwani, later tweeted that Sanders had "a hard time" with the question, but "got around". Others were less forgiving. "Bernie was asked important questions and he answered none of them," tweeted the lawyer for the disabled, Stephanie Olarte. "It's so sad that the moderators ask the questions in different forms to get an answer, Y NADA."
Sanders seemed to be fighting again when asked how he could win former Hillary Clinton followers, especially black women. After giving his answer that the Democratic Party must unite, and that he will support the one who won the nomination, she urged Joy Ann Reid, "And about black women?" "Black women become an integral part of it what our campaign is about and what our administration is all about, "Sanders said as the crowd became restive again.