Sanders talks policy on Jimmy Kimmel Live

In front of an enthusiastic studio audience, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders talked policy with Jimmy Kimmel on his late night talk show.

Sanders was asked about his stance on marijuana. He responded by explaining America’s high prison population, and the many lives that have been destroyed by the so-called “war on drugs.”

“I think we’ve got to end the war on drugs,” Sanders said. “I am not unfavorably disposed to moving toward the legalization of marijuana.”

Kimmel quizzed Sanders on his electability, citing concerns that some have regarding his age, and his hair. In response, Senator Sanders pointing to recent polling.

“It turns out that in many polls, I am doing better than Hillary is against Donald Trump,” Sanders said.

Kimmel posed a question on Sanders’ religion, to which he responded by saying that “what my spirituality is about is that we’re all in this together.”

When asked what Sanders thought of Larry David’s impersonation of him on Saturday Night Live, he said that he thought it was “pretty, pretty, pretty good.”

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The second Democratic debate is less than a month away