Yesterday, a Sanders spokesman announced Bernie will ramp up efforts to campaign for the Clintons. The Vermont senator recently visited college campuses to rally support for his former rival.
In the recordings below, Hillary assures donors of her commitment to centrist politics, staking her claim on the status quo while belittling Americans struggling in a stagnant economy.
"They feel they got their education and the jobs that are available to them are not at all what they envisioned for themselves. And they don’t see much of a future."
Hillary continued to attack young voters for their opposition throughout the Democratic primaries.
"I feel sorry sometimes for the young people who believe this, they don't do their own research. I'm glad we can now point to reliable, independent analysis to say: No. It is just not true," Hillary told MSNBC in April.
A few days earlier, Hillary lost her composure when a Greenpeace activist asked about her donations from the fossil fuel industry.
"I am so sick of the Sanders campaign lying about me, I am sick of it!" Hillary snapped.
“There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!” Albright told voters before Democratic elections in New Hampshire.
For years, the Democratic candidate has peddled the establishment fiction of a "lazy" American youth, unable to function in a professional environment.
"The biggest complaint that I hear from employers is that young people who show up for jobs don’t have those habits. They don’t get there on time. They don’t know how to conduct themselves appropriately,” Hillary told the New York State Union of Teachers in 2007.
In the leaked audio, Hillary once again demonstrates her mercenary ideology, promising the establishment how she's "occupying from the center-left to the center-right."
During a CNN debate with Bernie Sanders, moderator Anderson Cooper questioned Hillary's conflicting statements on ideology in 2016 alone.
“Secretary Clinton, with all due respect, the question is about political expediency. In July, in New Hampshire, you told the crowd you take a back seat to no one when it comes to progressive values. Last month in Ohio you say you plead guilty to being kind of moderate and center. Do you change your political identity based on who you’re talking to?” Cooper asked.
“I’m a progressive. But I like to get things done. And I know how to find common ground and I know how to stand my ground.” Hillary finally answered after Cooper pressed the issue again.
Having rigged the nomination, Hillary now uses Bernie as a hype man for her disingenous campaign.
“He’s talking about traveling all over the country to help Secretary Clinton," Sanders spokesman Michael Briggs told reporters on Friday.
On Wednesday, Sanders introduced Hillary Clinton to students at the University of New Hampshire.
The Democratic Socialist endorsed Hillary's proposal for the student debt crisis, an issue Sanders originally used to distinguish himself from Clinton.
"What this proposal, Secretary Clinton's proposal, tells us, is that if you are a low-income family, a middle income family, if your kid studies hard and does well, yes, regardless of the income of your family, your kid will be able to make it in college. That is a big deal," Sanders told students.
It's difficult to reconcile Sander's endorsement with Hillary's private words when meeting with donors. The message always seems to depend on the target audience.
"And on the other side, there’s just a deep desire to believe that we can have free college, free healthcare, that what we’ve done hasn’t gone far enough, and that we just need to, you know, go as far as, you know, Scandinavia, whatever that means (...)" Hillary said in the leaked recording.
Whatever his intentions, it appears Sanders will continue lying about Hillary's plans despite her clear disdain for the young Americans that supported him.
Sanders publicly dismissed the "basement dweller" controversy just like the "damn emails" line from the primaries.
"If you listen to the whole discussion that she had, a very important point that she made is that a lot of young people who went into debt, worked very hard to get a good education, can't find a job commensurate to the education that they received," Sanders told CNN's Jake Tapper on Sunday.
How long has Sanders been in the tank?
"They are living in their parents' basement, and that's the point," he concluded.