In their first debate since Super Tuesday, Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sander will face-off, once again, on Sunday, March 6 at 8p.m. ET. Anderson Cooper will be moderating, and you can watch a live stream video here!
Let’s get ready to rumble! Hillary Clinton, 68, and Bernie Sanders, 74, are back at it again with another Democratic debate. (Do you like that “Damn Daniel!” reference?) Anyway, this time around, it’ll take place on March 6 at 8p.m. ET in Flint, Michigan, and you can watch it all go down on our live stream video here!
Anderson Cooper will be moderating the debate, as Hillary and Bernie continue their fight for the Democratic presidential nomination. While inside the Whiting Auditorium in Flint, Michigan, Hillary and Bernie will likely cover a wide range of topics from racial barriers and economic fairness to the city’s water crisis. Of course, both candidates will also use the debate to try and win over minority and working-class voters ahead of Michigan’s primary on Tuesday, March 8.
Ahead of the debate, Bernie Sanders promised to win the primary in Michigan on Tuesday, and then discussed that current polls suggest he would beat GOP front-runner Donald Trump in a general election. “More importantly than polls, I will tell you why together we will beat Trump,” he said, according to The LA Times. “We will beat him because the American people do not want a president who insults Mexicans.… The American people do not want a president who insults Muslims. The American people do not want a president who insults women. Or a president who insults African Americans.”
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