Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Square Off on Race Relations, Support For Obama

In a PBS debate, Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders clashed on the economy, race relations and their support for President Obama. The former secretary of state criticized Sanders for having referred to the president as weak and a disappointment. The Vermont senator called the accusation a “low blow” and sarcastically asked Clinton if she’d ever disagreed with a president.

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