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Bernie Sanders Walks Back Claim His Campaign Is Unsettling Global Markets
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders walked back his previous comments about the successful impact of his campaign in unsettling global financial markets on ABC’s "This Week" Sunday. "I fully admit to having a big ego, like many other politicians, but the idea that Bernie Sanders’
Sanders Walks Back Claim His Campaign Is Unsettling Global Markets
Bernie Sanders with an upbeat ad featuring Simon and Garfunkel. The Vermont senator has widened his lead over Hillary Clinton in both Iowa and New Hampshire taking a new tone this weekend and shifting his focus of attack. To the republicans'. Is he already looking ahead to the general election.
Bernie Sanders Doubles Down On Critique of Hillary Clinton's Speaking Fees
In an interview with ABC News in South Carolina, Sanders stood by his attacks he made on Secretary Clinton during the fourth Democratic presidential debate.
How Hillary Clinton Thinks She’ll Be Tougher on Wall Street Than Bernie Sanders
Hillary Clinton is trying to turn the tables on Bernie Sanders . The Democratic front-runner – often criticized for her close ties to Wall Street – is now attempting to argue she will be tougher on the financial industry than her challenger, Bernie Sanders – the progressive Vermont senator who is
Bernie Sanders Discusses North Korea, Wall Street and More
The presidential candidate talks to ABC News' George Stephanopoulos about issues being discussed in the 2016 election.
Bernie Sanders Says He Can Do Better Against Donald Trump Than Hillary Clinton
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he would do better against Donald Trump in a general election than Hillary Clinton . I believe that our campaign is generating the kind of grassroots excitement that will result in a high voter turnout," the Vermont senator told ABC News’ George
Hillary Clinton, Martin O'Malley and Bernie Sanders Debate Corporate America
The three Democratic presidential candidates discuss how big corporations affect the U.S. economy.
5 Things You Missed From the Past Democratic Debates
The last presidential debate of 2015 is on Saturday -- the third time the remaining Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton , Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley will duke it out. This time, the debate will be in the crucial state of New Hampshire. But if you were on vacation, or if you were stranded
Where the Democratic Presidential Candidates Stand on Economic Issues
Details and dollar amounts mark the biggest differences between the Democratic presidential candidates when it comes to economic issues. As Hillary Clinton , Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley prepare for ABC News' Democratic debate on Saturday night in New Hampshire, here is a review of where they
2nd Democratic Debate: Hillary Clinton Invokes 9/11 in Defense of Her Wall Street Ties
During tonight’s second Democratic debate , Hillary Clinton cast her support for Wall Street as a senator from New York as a way to rebuke terrorists who attacked Lower Manhattan on 9/11. In the most heated exchange yet between the candidates over Hillary Clinton’s ties to Wall Street, Sanders