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Ellen Puts Bernie Sanders in the Hot Seat

Ellen Puts Bernie Sanders in the Hot Seat
- You get a lot of, uh, attention for your appearance-- that--that you look different than the other candidates. Most people look like politicians, and have a certain kind of, uh, hair, certain kind of-- and people-- - I-I have certain type of hair. - You do have a certain kind of hair. And they--and-- but for some reason they are commenting on your hair, and, uh, Portia has hair-- Portia has hair like yours sometimes-- And I actually think that y'all look very similar. - So,
ellen puts bernie sanders in the hot seat
everyone's hair can do that when it's windy. Um-- You don't--you don't talk about, uh, yourself that much, and so I thought I would ask you some rather personal questions. And, uh, it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month so for each question you answer, I think, honestly-- I'm gonna be the judge of this-- or--or, uh, correctly, uh, we'll donate $1,000 to Ulta, um, for breast cancer research, okay? All right. Let me see where they are. And--okay, well... If you had to
pick a Republican presidential candidate to be stuck on a deserted island with, who would it be? - Um... Marco Rubio, he's used to the sun. - All right. Good answer. Uh, you're from Burlington, Vermont and so is Ben & Jerry's. If you were a flavor of Ben & Jerry's, what would you be called? - Uh, "Burn,

Bernie

, Burn." - So it would be hot and spicy ice cream? - That's right. - Okay. Never been burned by ice cream before, it would be interesting. Have you
ever been in handcuffs? - Yes. I don't know exactly what you mean by that-- - All right. - Look, that's all right. That's all right. - I was-- - Leave it. - I take it-- I take it to mean was I ever arrested by the police. - Well, no, not necessarily. - When I was-- When I was young, yes, I was involved in a civil rights-- civil rights demonstration, and I was arrested. - All right. Let's call it a civil right demonstration. Um, who has better hair, you or Donald Trump? - Oh,
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that goes without saying. - Yeah. I agree. Uh, who's your favorite member of One Direction? - We loo-- did I see Harry something? - Yeah. - Oh, I-I think maybe...Harry. - Harry? All right, yeah. If you were in a karaoke bar, and you had to pick one song to sing, what would it be? - Uh, it would be from, um, Saturday Night Fever. It would be--I can't remember the name of that song. - How does it go? - Well, you know how it goes. - There's-- - There's John Travolta walking down
the street. That's how it goes. - "Stayin' Alive"? - Yes, that's right. - "Stayin' Alive." - "Stayin' Alive," that's right. - All right, great. Boxers or briefs? - Briefs. - Interesting. What was your favorite swear-- what is your favorite swear word? - Can't say it. - All right. Name a celebrity your wife has a crush on. - Umm... there she is. I don't know. - Do you want to answer. - No. - All right. Uh, what do you do to relax? -
I have seven beautiful grandchildren, and they are the joy of my life. And I relax when I'm around them. - Wonderful, all right. - Though--one last question. Last question. What did you want to be when you were a kid? - Social worker. - A social worker, really? Interesting. All right, well, you are fantastic. Thank you for being here. and $10,000 for-- oh, hold on. I just r--so $10,000 goes, uh, to breast cancer research. You are always campaigning. I-I think when our producer was on the
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phone with you, you had to hurry up and hang up the phone 'cause you had to campaign, so you're-- you're--you're always everywhere trying to campaign. So I got you something to help you no matter where you are. All right. So here's how it goes. Robbie will set it up for you. All you have to do is bring this briefcase out, pull it up-- Got it? - Oh. - All right. So you just-- you just carry that around-- You're ready to go. You can stand behind it. You can campaign. -
All right. - All right. So, uh, that's for you. We'll be right back.

Bernie

Sanders

. - Thank you. - Well you can tell by the way I use my walk I'm a woman's man no time to talk Music loud and women warm I've been kicked around since I was born And now it's all right It's okay You may look the other way We can try to understand "The New York Times" effect on man Whether you're a brother or whether you're a mother You're staying alive, staying
alive Feel the city breaking and everybody shaking You're staying alive, staying alive Ah, ah, ah, ah, staying alive, staying alive Ah, ah, ah, ah