WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Sen. Bernie Sanders will address the Republican agenda, specifically GOP plans for health care, in a speech at the NAACP national convention in Baltimore on Monday.
Sanders, who will participate in the conference's Federal Legislative and Public Policy Workshop, will urge people to "stop worrying about Trump's tweets, and pay attention to the actual legislation he is supporting," according to a news release released prior to the speech. He will also advocate for a Medicare-for-all single-payer system.
All eyes are on Sanders, who is among most influential Democrats ahead of the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries. In his 2016 run for the presidency, Sanders struggled to win the black vote from eventual-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Despite recent trips to West Virginia, Kentucky and Iowa, Sanders told SiriusXM's Mark Thompson on July 12 that it was still "too early" to talk 2020.
"I am not taking it off the table. I just have not made any decisions. And I think it's much too early," Sanders said.
The speech is scheduled for 2:40 p.m. ET and can be watched here.
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