Bernie Sanders destroys Hillary Clinton in NHS primary 2016? Democratic debate tonight, date, time, watch debate liveÂ
Bernie Sandersâ€™ win in New Hampshire primary 2016 is going to infuse a new life in his campaign that had got a much needed shot after his great show in Iowa. On the other hand, for his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton it is another massive jolt.
Bernie Sanders is establishing a relationship with voters that Obama was able to establish. He was able to give hope to people who are not convinced about the current leadership that the nation has got. If he continues to attract the young voters who are ready to go out and campaign for him, the same way they did for President Obama, then Hillary Clinton is in great danger.
A frail looking Bernie Sanders is able to smash Hillary Clinton who recently in sheer desperation deployed her husband and former President Bill Clinton against him. Clintonâ€™s attack couldnâ€™t have been more frontal merely days before the New Hampshire primary. Nonetheless it seems that he couldnâ€™t avert the massive loss that his wife was destined to get in NHS.
Bernie Sandersâ€™ supporters believe he is more honest than any of the presidential hopeful. “I felt like he was the most honest,” said Nicole Reitano, a 24-year-old from Nashua, New Hampshire, who voted for Sanders. “He’s had the same views forever, and he’s never budged. That makes me feel confident in him.”
Nonetheless, despite the loss, Sanders has a lot to do to catch up with Clinton. While Sanders’ victory means he’s assured of a majority of New Hampshire’s pledged delegates, Clinton remains ahead in the overall delegate count due to support from superdelegates â€” the party officials who can support the candidate of their choice. Clinton has amassed at least 392 delegates and Sanders at least 42; the magic number to clinch the nomination is 2,382.
Feb. 11 â€” Milwaukee, Wis., PBS. It will be moderated by Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff, the anchors of “PBS NewsHour.” CNN will simulcast the debate.