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Who won the Democratic debate 2015 last night: Bernie Sanders is not a loose cannon

Who won the Democratic debate 2015 last night: Bernie Sanders is not a loose cannon

Who won the Democratic debate 2015 last night: Bernie Sanders is not a loose cannon

Bernie Sanders’ may be looking like defensive in the wake of some of his aides gaining unauthorized access to DNC voter files, nonetheless don’t expect it to be a walkover for Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders campaign has tried to project her as the establishment candidate and has attacked the Democratic National Committee for holding debates on weekends when far fewer viewers turn on their television sets.

Bernie Sanders who had started looking like a serious threat to Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton has said that the DNC is favoring former secretary of state over two other Democratic candidates.

Earlier tonight while apologizing for the data breach he said that there was no point in believing that Hillary campaign managers didn’t access his campaign’s proprietary voter files.HillaryClinton

While apologizing, the Vermont senator 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”.

Earlier while talking about the independent investigation he said, “Don’t know that”.

On the other hand, the former first lady said, “Now that, I think, you know, we’ve resolved your data, we’ve agreed on an independent inquiry, we should move on, because I don’t think the American people are all that interested in this — I think they’re more interested in what we have to say about all of the issues facing us”.

In the meantime another Democratic presidential hopeful who rarely gets into the limelight called Donald Trump fascist. Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley who recently toured a mosque in Northern Virginia referring to Donald Trump said we “must never surrender them to the fascist pleas of billionaires with big mouths.”

When: Saturday, Dec. 19.

Where: St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H.

What time:  Pre-debate coverage starts at 6 p.m. (ET) and continues until 8 p.m. The debate starts at 8:30 p.m. and continues until 10:30 p.m. Post-debate coverage continues from 11 p.m. until midnight

Hosted by: ABC and the New Hampshire Union Leader

Airs on: ABC. To find your local ABC channel enter your zip code on these sites: (Dish TV); (DirecTV); (AT&T U-verse)

Live stream: The debate will be streamed live here.

 

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