Who won the Democratic debate last night? Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton spar at town hall on CNN
Democratic town hall tonight is going to be very exciting indeed. CNN is going to hold the town hall featuring Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the two remaining Democratic presidential hopefuls.
While Hillary Clinton seems to have regained some momentum after Nevada caucus, but Bernie Sanders seem to be doing better than what anyone might have anticipated.
Almost everyone seemed to have thought that Hillary Clinton was almost a done deal months ago. It is only Vermont Senator Sanders who has brought a sense of competition when it comes to democratic presidential nomination.
There is no denying the fact that it is rather very exciting time for the presidential elections 2016. The menu for politics lovers starts with a Democratic town hall featuring Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders on CNN at 8 p.m. ET.
Then come the results from the Nevada Republican caucuses, where Donald Trump, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz will battle it out for first place in the last GOP election before 12 states vote next Tuesday. Democrats have already held their caucuses in Nevada and Clinton snatched momentum there against Sanders. The challenge for Clinton is to keep it going.
On the other hand since Clintonâ€™s Nevada victory, Sanders has increasingly sharpened his attacks on Clinton. He picked up on an issue heâ€™d previously dropped, with his campaign tweeting Monday about Clintonâ€™s refusal to release her paid speeches to firms like Goldman Sachs: â€œItâ€™s been 17 days, 16 hours and 32 minutes since @HillaryClinton said she would â€˜look intoâ€™ releasing her paid speeches to Wall Street.â€
There is no denying the fact that it is a tough time for the Hillary Clinton camp. Clinton still doesnâ€™t have a good answer to questions about why she gave speeches to the Wall Street firms she now says sheâ€™ll be tough on â€” and why she wonâ€™t release the transcripts of those speeches. Itâ€™s among the reasons exit polls show Sanders continuing to trounce Clinton on the issue of credibility.