Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are going to go head-to-head once again at the Democratic debate on Feb. 4. With incredibly close results in the Iowa caucus on Feb. 1, it’s more important than ever that they show the public who they are. Watch the live stream and find out, here!
The Iowa caucus showed Hillary Clinton, 68, and Bernie Sanders, 74, that the competition between them will be very stiff. Ending just 0.3% apart, they’ll need to work harder than ever at the Democratic debate on Feb. 4 to stand out. Watch them face off again before the New Hampshire primary, right here!
Hillary and Bernie are shockingly neck-in-neck after the Iowa caucus. Hillary won the first voting event of 2016, but only by a hair. She finished with 49.9% of the vote, while Bernie had a staggeringly close 49.6%. With the New Hampshire primary less than a week away, the Feb. 4 Democratic debate is their last shot to stand out to the public. The pair will face off at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH at the event hosted by MSNBC. It can be seen live on MSNBC and NBC News at 9pm ET, but you can also stream it online right here. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE DEMOCRATIC DEBATE LIVE STREAM.
The debate is sure to be a good one, with moderators Rachel Maddow and Chuck Todd taking the reigns. The former is known for getting right to the point and not letting guests on her show beat around the bush. This is not her first experience with the candidates, as she also hosted the “First in the South Democratic Candidates Forum” on Nov. 6 in South Carolina, so the candidates know to expect some tough love.
Chuck is the political director of NBC News and host of Meet The Press, and with twenty years of experience covering politics, he knows what to focus on. However, this event was not sanctioned until Jen. 31, giving the moderators less than a week to prepare questions for the candidates. On top of that, Martin O’Malley dropped out on Feb. 1, throwing yet another curve ball their way. We can’t wait to see how it turns out.
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