We just shared the latest polls from Iowa showing 43-percent of likely voters in the February caucuses say they would use the word "socialist" to describe themselves. Keep in mind, this wasn't whether they would consider voting for a socialist or if they sympathized with socialism. This was whether they consider "themselves" to be a socialist. Big distinction--the American dream has nothing to do with socialism. It has to do with working hard - believing in yourself, and becoming the best you can be. It doesn't mean having others who've done that, take care of you. Hey, I love Sweden. Beautiful country. Where my people came from. But I couldn't disagree more with the socialism that's alive and well there. That's what's always made America different. Check out the top trending questions on Google during the Democratic debate last night. The top one for Clinton, will Hillary Clinton get prosecuted? Not good news for her.

Then this one for Sanders, why is Bernie Sanders so popular?

So what do you think? I hope it’s easily explained as an anti-establishment movement maybe similar to the Donald Trump phenomenon on the other side. But if it's really that more and more American’s are turning to socialism as the answer -- this will no longer be the America we know and love.