Sanders and Clinton Spar on Gun Manufacturer Immunity


While Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton were busy fighting for the support of the American people during a CNN debate, the people of ME were busy casting their vote in the primary election.

While Sanders promised that every service line would be tested in the U.S. during his presidency, Clinton took her response a bit further.
“When you watch these Republican debates, you know why we need to address the mental health”, Sanders interjected.
“Sen. Sanders was spot-on in his comments about gun manufacturer liability/PLCAA”, the NRA tweeted. Hillary Clinton. “I thank the people of Nebraska for their strong support”, Sanders said in a written statement. She also attacked Sanders on his opposition of the Export-Import Bank, but he counters that it only furthers the cause of big corporations. At night, she will hold a “get out the vote” event in Detroit. It uses a clip from the debate in which she said, “When it came down to it, you were either for saving the auto industry or you were against it. I voted to save the auto industry”.
The reports of thousands of children in Flint, Mich., drinking lead-filled water and the mismanagement by public officials that led to the crisis has shocked the nation – so much so that the Democratic Party opted last month to schedule a debate in the city to highlight the issue. “There seems to be more personal contact and more information”, she said.
Clinton followed up by saying Snyder should resign or be recalled from office. Clinton also urged both the state and the national government to allocate more financial resources into the city.
Clinton is leading this poll by five points with 51.9 percent, while Bernie has 46.9 percent.
However, Clinton refuted his rival’s claims with one simple argument.
“What I did not vote for – and make no apologies – is to bail out the crooks on Wall Street whose illegal behavior and greed brought this economy into the worst downturn since the 1930s”, Sanders said in Kalamazoo. Not counting Superdelegates, Clinton now holds 672 delegates to Sanders’ 477. But he continues to say he would like to see a governor win the Republican nomination.