"We (are) working to involve more young people in the political process," a Vermont independent told CNN in an interview as he arrives for the photos. "America's future depends on young people. They vote in large numbers, but not in large numbers."
He said he and Cardy B were talking about a number of issues, including eliminating student debt, climate change and raising the minimum wage. The video – filmed at TEN Nail Bar, a local nail salon owned by two black women – is the first collaboration between the duo.
After his meeting, Cardy B thanked Sanders on Instagram.
"Thank you Senator Bernie Sanders for sitting with me and sharing your plans for changing this country," the rapper wrote.
She added that she asked questions of the senator sent by her fans and suggested that "Be tuned in to see how he will fight for economic, racial and social justice for everyone."
Earlier this month, Cardy B was free to the senator.
Last week, when he was asked about Cardy B's Support, Sanders said the host Jimmy Kimmel spoke to the rapper several times late in the night.
"She is really smart. And she is deeply concerned about what's happening in this country, "Sanders said during an appearance on Kimmel's show." She wants to make sure that we are improving the lives of working people in this country. I'm glad she's a supporter.
The mutual admiration dates back to April 2018, when Cardy B praised President Franklin Delano Roosevelt for being "the real" Make America Great Again "during an interview with GQ. This statement caught the attention of Sanders, who often refers to Roosevelt in his arguments for democratic socialism and his one-pay plan, Medicare for All.