Bernie Sanders in Kenosha Monday

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will visit Kenosha this afternoon for a taping of MSNBC’s “All In with Chris Hayes,” an event likely to draw hundreds of progressive supporters. The former Democratic presidential candidate is expected to talk about trade policy, the election and President-elect Donald Trump at United Auto Workers Local 72, on Washington Road. Doors open at noon — the taping begins at 2 p.m. sharp. The event has already reached capacity. The program will air at 7 tonight on MSNBC.



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