Feb 12, 2016

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During Thursday night’s Democratic debate, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton cited President Obama’s example to make the case that despite having the support of a super PAC, she wouldn’t be beholden to wealthy special interests if elected president. In response to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders again hammering home the point that he’s the only candidate out of the two Democratic contenders...

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