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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) appeared Monday with Stephen Colbert, who tried to coax him into announcing whether he’ll run for president — and with only 15 episodes of The Colbert Report still to go, this could be Bernie’s last chance for the “Colbert bump.”

Click above to watch Sanders explain the pro- and con- factors for a presidential run — then share this video!

Video via The Colbert Report/Comedy Central.

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