Brooklyn in the house! Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will clash in the New York City borough on April 14. If you need to know what time and how to watch the Brooklyn Democratic debate, click for all the info!
It’s time to blast some Beastie Boys because it’s “No Sleep ‘Till Brooklyn” for Hillary Clinton, 68, and Bernie Sanders, 74. These two political rivals are primed for the next Democratic presidential debate in Brooklyn, and it’s one voters certainly don’t want to miss!
When is the Brooklyn Democratic debate happening (and where is happening?)
Bernie will travel to the town of his birth (and the same borough that houses Hillary’s campaign headquarters) on April 14. They’ll meet at the Duggal Greenhouse at the Brooklyn Navy Yard at 9:00 P.M. EST to discuss the issues ahead of the New York state primaries on April 19. Don’t forget to do your political duty and register to vote!
Where can I watch the Brooklyn Democratic debate?
CNN will broadcast the event on its network, according to The Daily Beast. CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, 68, will moderate, along with NY1 host Errol Louis and CNN’s chief political correspondent, Dana Bash, 44. For those who are on the go or without a television, you can live stream the debate on CNN.com. Plus, HollywoodLife.com will have a live stream so come back when it’s time to get political!
What subject will Bernie and Hillary debate about?
Get ready to hear the word “Wall Street” a lot, as Bernie will be in the shadow of his biggest enemy, according to ABC News. The Vermont senator criticized a $5 billion settlement Goldman Sachs negotiated with the Justice Department over their involvement in the financial collapse. So, expect Bernie to talk about that. However, this is the first debate following the terrorist attacks in Belgium, so expect Hillary to explain how her national security experience makes her the better presidential choice.
Hillary will also likely question Bernie for his defending gunmakers. Bernie says that parents of the children slaughtered in the Sandy Hook massacre shouldn’t be able to sue, something that Hillary disagrees with. Of course, these two will also talk about Donald Trump, 69, and the likely Republican presidential candidate’s outrageous positions.
While Bernie has won seven primaries/caucuses in a row, Hillary is currently polling above 50% in New York, according to NY Mag. After all, she was Senator Clinton from New York before she was Secretary of State Clinton. With 291 delegates up for grabs, this is Bernie’s last chance to make Brooklyn “feel the berne.”
Be sure you’re watching the debate, HollywoodLifers. Who do you think is going to win?