Differences between them are stark. Sanders is more opportunist than populist, nearly always supporting Democrat pro-war, pro-Israel, pro-business, anti-human/civil rights policies – voting with party members 98% of the time, more than most Democrats, polar opposite his high-minded rhetoric, hiding his real agenda.
In over three decades as a Labour party member, Corbyn opposed its policies over 500 times – according to the Financial Times and London Telegraph.
Sanders pledged support for Hillary if she’s nominated. He refuses to attack her pro-war, pro-business, anti-populist agenda – or denounce Obama’s endless wars on humanity. Silence = support.