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Sanders, Clinton Clash In Last Debate Before 'Super Tuesday'

Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton clashed over healthcare reform, the influence of money in politics, economic inequality, foreign policy and Henry Kissinger in the last Democratic debate before voting begins in Nevada and South Carolina next week and “Super Tuesday” on March 1.

Here & Now’s political analysts Paris Dennard, a Republican strategist, and Angela Rye, a Democratic strategist, join host Peter O’Dowd to discuss the debate and what’s ahead.

Rye serves on the board of the Congressional Black Caucus Political Action Committee, which endorsed Hillary Clinton this week, but she abstained from that vote.


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