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A campaign ad released on Thursday by Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign shows Sanders supporters and “90s” search engine advertisers discussing the use of keywords to search for Sanders’ “Bernie” search term.
The ad, which the campaign released on its website, features a clip of an interview between Sanders and a Bernie Sanders supporter about the use and potential use of search engines.
Sanders supporters discuss using keywords to find Sanders’ term, “Bernie,” during an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday, April 5, 2020.
Sanders said that he and his wife Jane have been searching for keywords for years and have found many of them.
“We’re going to have to do that with Hillary,” Sanders said.
“I think it will be the greatest job ever done.”
The ad is the latest in a series of ads Sanders has run on behalf of his presidential bid, highlighting the similarities between the two candidates.
The ads also highlight the contrast between the Democratic and Republican parties and the ways the candidates are competing to win in 2020.
Clinton has long criticized Sanders for his support for the TPP trade deal.
He has criticized the Vermont senator for not backing his trade proposals during the primary and has accused the Vermont independent of being out of touch with everyday Americans.
“Sanders, if you are reading this, you have to take a look at the trade deals that he is supporting,” Sanders told DeGenere on Tuesday.
“And you can’t let him run away from that.”