Sanders and Clinton Debate in New Hampshire

Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton faced off in their first one-on-one debate. ABC's Liz Kreutz reports.
2:04 | 02/05/16

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Here's a rest for the weary when it comes to the Democrats Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders facing off last night. In Durham New Hampshire in their first one on one really debate against each other sparks flying between the two democratic candidates on everything from Wall Street to Ron. ABC's Liz Corry says covering the debate at the University of New Hampshire there's good morning. Good morning Reid and Candice this is the first time we've seen just Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders based op on the debate stage together now just days away from that critical New Hampshire primary the two candidates didn't hold back. Just hours ago shots fire enough is enough. If you've got something to say say it directly. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton facing off for the last time before the New Hampshire primary clashing in one of their nasty as yet. I am very proud to be the only candidate all of the who does not how they super pac. It was not raise yeah. Senator Sanders has said he. Wants to run a positive campaign I think it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out. In recent week the Vermont senator doubling down on his attacks against his opponents Washington ways. She has the entire establishment for all of mostly adult establishment behind them. Dots of Tuttle delighted. Firing back senator Sanders is the only person who I think would characterize me. A woman running to be the first woman president as exemplified the establishment if you candidates sparring again over that Iraq. War vote Secretary Clinton who was secretary of state for four years has more sprints but is not arguable and foreign affairs. Quite an experience is not the only. Points they both in 2002 is not a plan to defeat crisis. And the latest polling shows Bernie Sanders ahead by thirty points here the Clinton Campaign no pushing the narrative that she is the underdog you're trying to lower expectations and perhaps. Wake up her supporters.

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