Democratic debate tonight live blog: all you need to know about the 6th Democratic debate
Another debate is set for tonight and there are reasons to believe that Hillary Clinton vs Bernie Sanders debate is going to be very fiery. Both the leaders seeking Democratic nomination are going to be in their fiery best to undermine the other and strengthen their claim over the nomination.
After suffering a disastrous performance in the New Hampshire primary, the former secretary of state is under tremendous pressure to come out with a winning performance in the debate tonight. There are reasons to believe that Hillary Clinton will do her best to mend her badly wounded campaign in a debate on Thursday with rival Bernie Sanders.
Now there are signs that her supporters are asking her to tone down her rhetoric and play underdog instead of the frontrunner, a tag she has been carrying since the beginning of her campaign.
While she barely won the Iowa caucuses, the former first lady suffered an embarrassing 22-point loss to Sanders in New Hampshireâ€™s presidential nominating contest.
Now there are reasons that she is contemplating a change in her campaign style and tonightâ€™s debate will show how she wants to take on socialist Sanders in the changing atmosphere.
Reports suggest that after New Hampshire primary drubbing Hillary Clinton headed back to New York, where her campaign is based, to confer with top advisers and prepare for the face-off with Sanders, set for 9 p.m. EST in Milwaukee.
There are reasons to believe that the democratic frontrunner is going to remove many of her old campaign managers. Nonetheless her campaign has denied such reports saying that she is not considering a shakeup of her staff.
Now there are reports that among donors there was a growing sense of nervousness. This desperation has gone up following reports that Sandersâ€™ campaign raised more than $6 million in the 24 hours after his win. The word “disappointed” came up several times during a conference call the campaign held on Wednesday with donors and fundraisers, said one Clinton supporter who was on the call.
When: Thursday, Feb. 11
Where: The Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts atÂ the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
What time:Â The debate starts at 9 Â p.m. (ET)
Hosted by: PBS
Airs on: The debate airs on local PBS stations and will be simulcast on CNN. Click here to find your local PBS station. CNN can be found on channel 202 on DirecTV; Â 200 on Dish Network; 202 on AT&T U-verse.Â Click here to see on what your local Comcast channel CNN appears.