Sanders, the former White House press secretary, claimed on Twitter that Democrats at the Democratic National Convention “have spent all week talking about how much they hate” Trump.
Trump “should spend next week talking about how much he loves and is fighting for the American people,” she suggested.
The Democratic National Convention ends Thursday.
Speakers, including former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama, have railed against Trump in their speeches for the event, which this year is being held largely online because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Republican National Convention takes place next week. Critics of Sanders’ post doubted that Trump would take her advice.
Many reminded Sanders of Trump’s apparent lack of compassion for those affected by the soaring death toll from the coronavirus crisis. COVID-19 has killed more than 170,000 people nationwide.
“It is what it is,” Trump said about the devastation caused by the virus in a recent interview with Jonathan Swan of Axios.
Others pointed to the thousands of lies Trump has told during his time in office.