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Sanders Responds to Clip of Hillary Trashing Him

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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders responded to Hillary Clinton trashing him in the Hulu documentary, “Hillary”—saying he’s living in the present unlike her.


Sanders’s response came during a Fox News town hall with Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum after the moderators played the clip.

"Bernie just drove me crazy," Clinton says in the documentary. "He was in Congress for years. Years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him. He got nothing done."

She added: "He was a career politician. He had—he did not work until he was like 41 and then he got elected to something. It was all just baloney and I feel so bad that you know, people got sucked into it."

As the crowd booed loudly, MacCallum said, “That’s strong stuff. What’s your reaction?”

"Unlike Secretary Clinton, I don’t want to relive 2016. We’re in 2020 now," he replied.

"But, what I would say on a good day is my wife likes me," Sanders added. "But also, if you guys look at some of the polling they do for United States senators, in most cases I turn out to be the most popular senator in the country." 


Sanders’s town hall came the day before voters in six states head to the polls in Super Tuesday 2.0 to cast ballots in the Democratic presidential primary. There are 352 pledged delegates at stake on March 10, and Biden is currently ahead 664 to Sanders’s 573.

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