Sen. Bernie Sanders has long called for a political revolution, but one of his 2016 Democratic counterparts warned him Tuesday that it's probably not going to happen.

When asked about what would differ between the Obama administration and his potential presidency, former Sen. Jim Webb told Sanders that his dream of a political revolution is probably not "going to come," adding that the hefty price tags for his proposals will not be approved by Congress.

Sanders warned against the "power of corporate America, the power of Wall Street, the power of the drug companies," which he said is "so great" that radical reforms are needed. "[T]he working class desperately needs ... a political revolution when millions of people begin to come together and stand up and say our government is going to work for all of us, not just a handful of billionaires," he said.

"I've got a great deal of admiration and affection for Sen. Sanders," Webb replied. "But Bernie, I don't think the revolution's going to come, and I don't think the Congress is going to pay for a lot of this stuff."

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