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March 7, 2016 6:42 am

Sanders Goes After Clinton in Democratic Debate

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Democratic presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. Photo: Screenshot.

Democratic presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. Photo: Screenshot.

New York Times – Senator Bernie Sanders, anxious that the Democratic nomination is slipping away from him, launched a series of cutting and sarcastic attacks against Hillary Clinton over trade, Wall Street, welfare reform and other issues at Sunday’s debate that at times felt like a war over the legacy of Bill Clinton and moderate Democratic policies of the 1990s.

Even Mrs. Clinton joined in the repudiation of some of her husband’s accomplishments, such as the 1994 crime bill and the 1996 welfare law, which both disproportionately harmed a part of the electorate — African-Americans — that the two Democrats are now aggressively courting in Michigan, Ohio and other racially diverse states that hold primaries over the next nine days.

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