The View” co-host Joy Behar asked Buttigieg if Sanders may be holding out and what his opinion is of him doing so.
“I do think it’s going to be important to have absolutely no daylight between all of us who care about defeating this president,” Buttigieg said on Thursday. “So I hope that he will take that step.”
Watch his comments below:
.@PeteButtigieg tells us he hopes Bernie Sanders “will take that step” and endorse Joe Biden.— The View (@TheView) April 9, 2020
“What’s important here is not just what Bernie does, but his supporters… and the message that he can bring to them about the power of coming together.” https://t.co/f8u2wbJuik pic.twitter.com/XXtRZDMZFw
Biden credited Sanders for doing more than running a campaign, he said Sanders has “created a movement.”
Buttigieg explained the importance of unifying Sanders supporters.
“What’s important here is not just what Bernie does, but his supporters. … and the message that he can bring to them about the power of coming together,” Buttigieg said.
Additionally, Buttigieg reminded Americans it is about coming together for one goal.
“Not to pretend we agree on everything, but to understand the urgency of the task at hand that is literally life or death for so many Americans,” Buttigieg said. “I think that’s what we’ve got to move toward and I hope that’s the direction things will take.”
Harris called Sanders “an extraordinary leader.”
Sanders made an appearance on “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday where he explained what he thinks Biden needs to do in order to beat Trump. He was also asked whether he was going to endorse Biden or not.
“We’re going to be talking to Joe, and we are, and we’re talking to his team of advisers,” Sanders replied