When is next Democratic presidential debate: CNN debate in Flint, what time, which network
Who had thought that Bernie Sanders will give a tough fight to Hillary Clinton, the Democratic front runner who was expected to bag the presidential nomination without much of a trouble? After more than a month of grueling primary season the Vermont senator has shown that he has the stamina to face the onslaught from the former secretary of state who is also a democratic establishment favorite.
Bernie Sanders, despite looking a bit frail has been able to create a sense of passion among his young supporters who have been flocking to his rallies in thousands. It must be kept in mind that his rallies have got bigger audience than even Hillary Clinton who has won more than double state primaries thus far.
The seventh Democratic debate that will have only two candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton will be held Sunday night in a Flint debate. Here are some fast facts.When: March 6, 2016 at 8 p.m.
Where: The Whiting Auditorium in Flint
Watch: On CNN and online at www.cnn.com
The tickets that have been in high demand are no longer up for grab. Reports suggest that some tickets were given to local Flint residents and they are going to be present in full force. Besides people different walk of life people at the local, state and national level will be there.
Hillary Clinton has targeted Bernie Sanders in many of her past rallies. Sometimes ago she asked her audience, â€œIf we broke up the big banks tomorrowâ€¦would that end racism? Would that end sexism? Would that end discrimination against the L.G.B.T. communityâ€¦Would that make people feel more welcoming to immigrants overnight?â€ One every such question the audience roared back with an emphatic no.
On the other hand Bernie Sanders is more aggressively challenging Clinton in recent days. He recently dug up four-year-old interview to an Indian TV news channel in which she is seen saying that “outsourcing” is part of India-US economic ties. “Well, you know, it’s been going on for many years now and it’s part of our economic relationship with India,” Clinton told the Indian news channel on May 7, 2012. The interview video along with the relevant transcripts was distributed to media on Friday by the Sanders Campaign.
Jeff Weaver, Bernie 2016 campaign manager while attacking Clinton said, “This new video shows Secretary Clinton says different things to different audiences about outsourcingâ€¦In the US she condemns it but when she’s in India she says it has benefited many parts of our country. Secretary Clinton should explain to the people of Michigan how they have benefited from the outsourcing of their manufacturing jobsâ€.