(The Hill)Ralph Nader said Friday that Bernie Sanders seems "more authentic" on Wall Street than fellow Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
"I think a lot of people see that Bernie Sanders is more authentic in saying what he means and meaning what he says," he said told host Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business Network's "Mornings with Maria."
"It's the usual difference between political rhetoric and political deed," added Nader, who sought the White House five times under three different political party affiliations.
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Nader argued that Clinton does not seem transparent the longer she keeps details of her paid speeches for Wall Street's major financial firms private.
"She's got to release whatever tapes and transcripts there are of those meetings," he said. "Why is she keeping it secret? Maybe it's because she was reassuring these groups that what she's going to do on the campaign trail is quite different than what she would do if she ever got in office."