And Mr. Trump's Republican colleagues have long argued for various government giveaways against companies that called Mr. Sanders and others "corporate socialism."
What Mr. Trump said.
the name of the party from the & # 39; Democratic Party & # 39; into the & # 39; Socialist Party & # 39; to change.
Aside from the fact that she is called a Democratic Party and that it's impossible to refute a rumor that Mr. Trump might or might not have heard, no, the Democrats are not changing their name to Socialist Party. And there is little in common between what the Democrats propose and the kind of results Trump tries to link them with, especially when he cautions Venezuela and its economic and humanitarian crisis as warning that socialism is at loggerheads Harbinger of the disaster is.
On economic issues, Democrats in the US are far to the ruling parties in most other Western democracies.
For example, Canada and the UK have single-payer universal health systems that are politically inviolable even among their mainstream conservative parties. Northern European governments – Denmark, Norway and Sweden – are subsidizing far more civil life and tax revenues at much higher rates than suggested by Mr Sanders, the self-styled Democratic socialist.
The Nordic countries – with their high tax rates and generous benefits, are often cited as role models by Mr Sanders and Mrs Ocasio-Cortez. In 2017, tax revenues in Denmark, Sweden and Finland accounted for more than 40 percent of gross domestic product, compared with 27.1 percent in the United States. These revenues finance childcare, basic and continuing education, health care and care for the elderly inhabitants of the country.
What Mr. Trump said
"You have some of these socialist idiots, they want to double and triple their taxes, and that's not nearly paid. "
The many programs that have supported many Democratic candidates – universal health care, affordable childcare and higher education, and a higher minimum wage – are more specific proposals by social democrats than socialists, said Peter Dreier, a professor at Occidental College and scholar of the Left ,