Sen. Bernie Sanders announced his second run for the White House Tuesday morning, focusing on the same democratic socialist policies he made popular in 2016: "Medicare For All;" a $15/hour minimum wage; and free tuition at public colleges and universities. While he lost in a contentious battle against Hillary Clinton, there's no doubt Sanders' candidacy helped shift the conversation to a totally different place. But not everyone in the Democratic field is on board, with candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar distancing herself from the progressive wing of the party.

Jim Braude was joined by Jesse Mermell, former communications director for Gov. Deval Patrick; and Andrea Burns, a former Sanders delegate who is now active with the Our Revolution movement that spawned from his candidacy.