Former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders tells CBS, ''I come from the white working class. I am deeply humiliated that the democratic party cannot talk to the people from where I came from.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: During an interview on CBS News' This Morning, former presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders weighs-in on "what went wrong" in the 2016 presidential election. "This is what I think what went wrong- is what Trump did, very effectively, is tap the angst and the anger and the hurt and the pain that millions of working class people are feeling," says Sen. Bernie Sanders. "I think there needs to be a profound change in the way the democratic party does business. It is not good enough to have a liberal elite. I come from the white working class. I am deeply humiliated that the democratic party cannot talk to the people from where I came from," Sanders said. President-elect Donald Trump chose Washington insider Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff and firebrand conservative Stephen Bannon as chief strategist, showing a willingness to work with Congress and giving a nod to right-wing activists who helped sweep him into office. Less than a week after his upset win over Democrat Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's presidential election, Trump's choice on Sunday of Priebus, the Republican National Committee chairman and friend of House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan, could help him repair his strained relations with members of the Republican Party establishment in Washington. But Trump gave the job of strategist and senior counsellor to Bannon, a fierce critic of Ryan who spearheaded Breitbart News website's shift into a forum for the "alt-right," a loose online confederation of neo-Nazis, white supremacists and anti-Semitics. Bannon and Priebus would work "as equal partners to transform the federal government," Trump said in a statement.