Bernie Sanders makes campaign stop at Milwaukee's Northcott Neighborhood House

MILWAUKEE -- Bernie Sanders made multiple stops across Wisconsin on Saturday, April 2nd.

The Vermont senator spoke in Eau Claire, before making his way to Northcott Neighborhood House in Milwaukee Saturday afternoon.

Sanders made the argument that he has the best chance of stopping Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump.

"Well let me tell you, let me tell you that the last CNN poll had us 20 points ahead of Donald Trump. And that last poll that I saw here in Wisconsin had us, in your state, 19 points ahead of Donald Trump," Sanders said.

Bernie Sanders is set to give a keynote address at the 2016 Founders Day Gala in Milwaukee, following his visit at the Northcott Neighborhood House.