Skip to content
Subscriber Only
Politics
Race For Iowa

Terror Overshadows Debate, But Rivals Cede No Ground to Clinton

Underdogs Sanders and O'Malley band together to attack her positions on everything from foreign policy to the minimum wage to Wall Street.
Video player cover image

Clinton's Rivals Hit Her on Islamic State, Wall Street

As the nation reeled from the deadly terrorist attacks on Paris, Hillary Clinton walked into the second Democratic presidential debate on Saturday with the most impressive foreign policy credentials on stage: a former secretary of state facing off against a dovish senator and a former governor of Maryland.

Still, neither Bernie Sanders, who has been sliding in recent polls in Iowa, nor Martin O’Malley, who is stuck in the low single digits, were intimidated. The underdogs banded together to attack Clinton’s positions on everything from foreign policy to the minimum wage to Wall Street.