Echoing comments secretary has made Clinton said her choice to not utilize a government email address was a blunder, but she stressed that she wanted to focus her energy on policy dilemmas that were important to voters.
Sanders came to Clinton’s help. “Let me say a thing that may not be great politics, but I believe the secretary is correct,” he said. “The American people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails.”
The crowd roared and Clinton grinned.
Sanders’ “darn emails” statement was the top social moment of the two-hour debate on Facebook and Sanders himself was the candidate most discussed on the social networking network, according to Andy Stone of Facebook.
Sanders criticized the administration of President Bill Clinton, the front runner’s husband, for its de regulation of Wall Street in the 1990s.
“Congress does not regulate Wall Street. Wall Street controls Congress,” Sanders said critically.
Clinton said the United States of America needed to do more than focus its fire on huge banks.
“We have work to do. You will get no disagreement from me. However, I understand if we do not come in with a quite tough and complete strategy, like the plan I am recommending, we are going to be behind instead of ahead,” she said.
Sanders, 74, is polling in drawing big crowds at campaign events and the early voting state of New Hampshire.
Clinton, who’s attempting to impede Sanders’ momentum, directly attacked him for saying the United States should model its economy after European countries such as Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
“Hillary believe what Senator Sanders is saying definitely is sensible in the terms of the inequality that we’ve. But we are not Denmark. Secretary really like Denmark.
Sanders, a self described “democratic socialist,” said he didn’t subscribe to the capitalist system.
No, I do not,” he said.