Hillary Clinton’s chief competition has been attacked by she Bernie Sanders at the Democratic presidential discourse over US gun laws.
When asked if the Vermont senator was strong on gun control, Hillary said, “No, not at all,” before vowing to go after the makers of guns used in shootings.
Mr Sanders also attacked Mrs Clinton, saying her support for a no-fly zone in Syria would create “serious problems”.
His rallies have attracted large crowds and he’s challenged Mrs Clinton’s frontrunner status in a few essential states.
Mr Sanders and Mrs Clinton dominated the debate. The three other candidates – former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, former Virginia Senator Jim Webb and former Rhode Island Senator Lincoln Chafee – fought to make headway.