It's no secret that Bernie Sanders is passionate about universal health care, but the Senator recently chatted with Dua Lipa to prove that free and accessible health care is not only possible, but is also already being done across the globe.
"Senator, I wanted to ask you, as someone who has grown up with health care that's free at the point of use, I find it so hard to understand why people aren't protesting for universal health care," Lipa, who is British, said to Sanders.
"Many people in America, for a variety of reasons, having to do with the power of the health care industry here which makes billions of dollars every year, having to do with the corporate media, they do not know how the health care systems in the UK or Australia or Canada work," Sanders replied. "Alright, so I'm going to ask you a question that I hope American viewers, your fans in America, will listen to. When you get sick or somebody in your family gets sick, or maybe has to go to the hospital, how much does it cost for you?"