“He admires Mr Corbyn and wishes him well.”
Isn’t that a message of support?
So Mr Sanders’s aide sent a message of support for Mr Corbyn – while denying a message of support for Mr Corbyn.
Just wait – we’ll probably find out that this particular Sanders aide didn’t know that another aide had indeed sent a message of support.
These anti-Corbyn stories tie themselves in such knots!
Jeremy Corbyn was left red-faced after his claim that he’d received a supportive message from Bernie Sanders was denied by the US senator.
It comes after the Labour leader told supporters at a phone bank on Monday evening in Walthamstow that the former Democratic hopeful for President had been in touch with his aides to draw parallels between their left-wing campaigns.
But a spokesman for Mr Sanders, who was beaten by Hillary Clinton in the Democratic nominations, told the Huffington Post: “The senator didn’t send a message and doesn’t intend to get involved in British politics but he admires Mr Corbyn and wishes him well.”
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