The clip from the interview, first posted online Saturday evening, created a healthy round of headlines overnight.

Though Charles Koch—who along with his brother David Koch controls a network of right-wing think tanks, advocacy groups, and Super PACs with hundreds of millions of dollars from their massive private fortune—has previously expressed his displeasure with this year’s Republican primary, his latest comments remain a curious admission.

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Last month, the Clinton campaign and her surrogates came under fire in progressive circles after suggesting Bernie Sanders was somehow aligned with portions of the Koch Brothers’ anti-immigrant agenda ahead of Florida’s primary. Later, following a debate just prior to the Michigan primary, pro-Clinton Super PAC “Correct the Record” suggested Sanders’ opposition to the Export-Import Bank was in sync with the positions of the Koch Brothers.



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