Being married to Bernie
From the stage at the primary Democratic presidential debate, almost all the candidates opened with speaking about their families.
“My wife, Hong, came to this country as a refugee from war-torn Vietnam,” said Jim Webb, who then went on to name his five kids and their careers, pausing just long enough in the middle to make viewers surprise if he was trying to memorize one of them.
“My wife, Katie, and I have four great kids, Grace, and Tara, and William and Jack,” Martin O’Malley said when it was his turn, adding that his most important role was as “a husband, and a father.”
And Hillary Clinton, with all her tricky reasons not to bring up her partner, still originate a way to talk about other generations and relations. “I’m the granddaughter of a factory worker and the grandmother of a wonderful 1-year-old child,” she said.
Bernie Sanders, though, didn’t pause to sketch a family portrait. In fact, he was the only one onstage who didn’t give a bio of any type. He started right in with the “series of unprecedented national crises” that prompted his candidacy, and he never spoke of his 27-year marriage, nor the blended group of five children do he and his wife consider theirs.
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