"We are working to bring more young people into the political process," said Vermont Independent CNN in an interview when he got to filming. "The future of America depends on young people, who vote in large numbers but not in sufficient numbers."
He said he and Cardi B talked about a number of topics, including debt cancellation for students, climate change and raising minimum debt. The video, shot in the TEN Nail Bar, a local nail salon owned by two black women, is the first collaboration between the duo.
After meeting, Cardi B Sanders thanked Instagram.
"Thanks, Senator Bernie Sanders, for sitting with me and sharing your plans to change this country," the rapper wrote.
She added that she asked Senators questions submitted by her fans, suggesting "stay tuned to see how he will fight for economic, racial and social justice for all".
Earlier this month, Cardi B was free of charge to the Senator.
Last week, when he was asked about Cardi's support, Sanders told the late host Jimmy Kimmel that he had "phoned" several times with the rapper.
"She's really smart, and she's deeply worried about what's going on in this country," Sanders said during a performance on Kimmel's show. "She wants to make sure that we improve the lives of the working people in this country, and I'm glad she's a backer."
The mutual admiration goes back to April 2018 when Cardi B praised President Franklin Delano Roosevelt for it. "Make America Great Again" during a GQ interview. This statement was noted by Sanders, who often refers to Roosevelt in his arguments for democratic socialism and his "Medicare for All" payer plan.
When asked on Monday what it would mean to support Cardi B, Sanders said, "What it means is what Cardi B is not just a hugely popular entertainer, but talks to young people about the important ones Issues that concern them, and I welcome that very much. "
The Vermont senator did not say whether Cardi B had officially endorsed him. Nevertheless, a future collaboration could be in progress.
Asked by Jon Favreau at "Pod Save America" last week, if Cardi B would appear at his inauguration, Sanders replied, "We're putting together a committee to take a look at it."