“I don’t hate anybody,” Clinton said when Stern asked about Sanders and his 2016 Democratic primary campaign. But Clinton did not hesitate to point out that she believed Sanders’ delayed endorsement hurt her campaign. “He hurt me there’s no doubt about it, and I hope he doesn’t do it again to whoever gets the nomination. Once is enough,” Clinton said.
Sanders said Sunday that he “worked as hard as humanly possible” once Clinton was the Democratic nominee. “We did dozens and dozens of rallies around this country,” he added.
Sanders also mentioned how the pair sat down in 2016 after Clinton won the primary “to create a Democratic platform that was as progressive as it could be, and that ended up happening.”