Video report by ITV News Correspondent Emma Murphy.
The 'path to the White House' is open to US senator Bernie Sanders, his brother has declared as the democratic presidential candidate's campaign continues to gain steam.
Speaking to ITV News' Emma Murphy the day after his brother narrowly lost to Hillary Clinton - his main challenger for his party's nomination - at the Iowa Caucauses, Larry Sanders said his sibling had what it took to go all the way.
Continuing to champion his brother the elder Sanders said that what his brother stood for and why he stood for it was the reason he believed he was destined to become "a world significant person".
But what did Larry, a former Green Party candidate in the UK, think was making the Sanders campaign such a success with the American public?
Well according to his brother, to put it simply Bernie's a "hard hitting pro-people candidate" whose tough childhood, growing up without much money in Brooklyn, New York, means he can connect with the everyday American.