Clinton Notes Sanders took Wall St. Money, Too

Clinton fires back at Bernie Sanders at Manchester, New Hampshire, after weeks of his criticism over her Wall Street ties.
1:07 | 02/08/16

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Scott avenues just the other day. Senator Sanders took about 200000 dollars from Wall Street firms not directly but through the democratic senate campaign committee. You know there's nothing wrong with that. It hasn't changed his bill weld didn't change. I do I borrowed eight hour. So. Obviously you have met Sunday as a joke let me guess ladylike now as. You look that way you look at who has. What out the toughest plan. Well has they most comprehensive approach to making sure Wall Street never Rex main street again. Which has its car and encourage the Wall Street guys and Karl Rove to gang up on duty to the tune of six million dollars. I take that as a batch of hot air. He's he's no. I say what I mean and I do what I say I well. Take Belmont and I don't need them and bad that whenever I don't think eyes again. I think get it took a good today.

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