Bernie Sanders Responds to Larry David’s ‘SNL’ Impression: Invites ‘Curb’ Star on Campaign

By Kyle Dowling ( | Oct 18, 2015 01:44 PM EDT
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MStars News reported earlier on comedian Larry David's prettay, prettay, prettay, pret-tay flawless impression of Democratic Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. At that time, Sanders had not responded to David's bit on Saturday Night Live, but now it seems things have changed. And guess what, he loved it!

At least, we think. Honestly, it's kind of hard to tell when it comes to Bernie Sanders.

Anyway, the presidential hopeful appeared on This Week with ABC's George Stephanopoulos and explained that he'd love to take the Curb Your Enthusiasm star on the campaign trail with him. Why? Well, because David apparently "does better than I do," as Sanders put it.

Upon being asked what he thought about David's impression, the political hopeful noted, "I think we'll use Larry at our next rally. He does better than I do."

Take a look at the exchange over at ABC. Or, below:

It was a short interaction but pretty enjoyable, don't you think, folks?

And since everyone is talking about it, enjoy the below cold open from last night's SNL:

Believe it or not, Sanders has been in the headlines well before David's Saturday Night Live segment––of course, he might be more so now. Much publicity has come his way as a result of his strong performance at the primary Democratic debate, which aired on CNN last Tuesday. Sanders went head-to-head with fellow Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton... and sure, Martin O'Malley, Jim Webb, and (kind-of-but-not-really) Lincoln Chafee.

Since then, it appears his campaign has been on the rise, as he appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher this past Friday night to try and "un-demonize" the term "socialist."

Folks, what are your thoughts on the Senator's comments? How about David's impression? 

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