Bernie Sanders at North Dakota Rally: I'm Not 'Some Kind of Savior'

During a rally, he said, "We need a political movement with millions of people."

— -- Bernie Sanders headed to North Dakota Friday -- ahead of the state's June 14 Democratic primary -- and continued to emphasize at several events the differences between himself and Hillary Clinton.

Among the key issues he focused on, in regards to Clinton, were fracking, PAC funding, and the federal minimum wage.

But during a rally in Fargo, he was adamant in reminding his supporters that the country needs an engaged political movement -- not a "savior."

In response to an attendee shouting out that the country needs him, Sanders responded, "If there is any person here, any person here that thinks I'm coming to you as some kind of savior, that I'm going to do it all -- all myself, you're wrong. No president, not Bernie Sanders or anybody else can do it alone. We don't need a savior."

Sanders, speaking to about 2,000 people at Fargo's Ramada Plaza & Suites, emphasized, "We need a political movement with millions of people."

He also took the opportunity to cite presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump: "See, there are people voting for Donald Trump, thinking he's going to do it all," he said. "Wrong! The only way that real change every takes place is when millions of people stand up and fight back. That's what this campaign is about."