Senior aide snaps at MSNBC host for saying Biden’s message is basically 'Make America Great Again'
Vice President Joe Biden on Meet the Press -- (NBC screen grab)

On Monday, Joe Biden’s senior campaign advisor Symone Sanders snapped on MSNBC host Ali Velshi.

Velshi compared Bidens' working class message to President Donald Trump's 'Make America Great Again' mantra.

"It may be a stark contrast, but the message sounds very similar, right, the forgotten people in the middle of this country. Some people interpret that as Make America great again," Velshi said.

"I want to be clear. This is not  ‘Make America Great Again’ -- it's not the same message.. The difference is Vice President Biden is talking about the middle class regardless of your sexual orientation, your gender, or your religion," Sanders said.

"To be clear Vice President Biden’s message will be different, specifically speaking to issues that are really affecting folks. When you talk about the working class, people think that’s a dog whistle for the white working class, but when Vice President Biden is talking about the working class, he’s talking about folks that look like my brother who is a construction worker who owns his own business," Sanders said.

"I think there is a notion given who currently sits in the White House that the working class only means a certain type of people. What you’ll see from Vice President Biden today is working class means a whole lot of different folks and we are talking about policy and process to help all those people," she said.

Watch below via MSNBC.