Bernie does not want his people to disrupt speeches. He's OK with outside protests. He wants to do everything he can to stop Trump.
I agree with Bernie Sanders - disrupting other candidates rallies is not OK. It is a use of force.
I am not a US citizen - it this rally-disruption thing normal in US politics?
It was fairly usual in 1931 in Germany.
The entire interview is here:
Sanders acquits himself extremely well, but I would add that Maddow failed to ask challenging questions. His commitment to defeating Trump was encouraging.
I find Sanders's position on climate change somewhat incoherent. On the one hand, he says that it's the most important issue facing us. On the other, when asked what he would do if his political revolution came to fruition, he doesn't mention it.