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Who won the Democratic debate 2015 tonight: Why DNC is being called partisan by Bernie Sanders camp

Who won the Democratic debate 2015 tonight: Why DNC is being called partisan by Bernie Sanders camp

Who won the Democratic debate 2015 tonight: Why DNC is being called partisan by Bernie Sanders camp

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders has apologized to his rival Hillary Clinton for one of his staff members’ exploitation of a Democratic National Committee computer vendor’s glitch at the beginning of the last Democratic debate of the year tonight.

This apology is good for his campaign and also for the transparent primary of the ruling party. While apologizing Sanders said, “This is not the type of campaign that we run, and if I find anybody else involved in this, they will also be fired”.

Everyone said that the third Democratic debate was going to be stormy. But with the apology at the beginning of the debate the air was taken out of Hillary Clinton’s rivals. Sanders is the only one who is giving some semblance of fight among the three Democratic hopefuls and with him meekly apologizing, things don’t look really favorable to him now.

The latest debate is being hosted by ABC News. Three presidential candidates include ex former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley.HillaryClinton

The debate will be available  live stream on its website abcnews.com, with no paid subscription required. As far as the timing of the debate is concerned, debate will broadcast live at 8 p.m. EST from Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire. ABC is partnering with the New Hampshire Democratic. Party and the New Hampshire Union Leader.

The next debate is the sixth Republican debate, scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 14 in Charleston, South Carolina. The fourth Democratic debate is set to follow on Sunday, Jan. 17 in Charleston.

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