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IN People ON 07 Mar, 2016
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have been taking on each other pretty roughly since a while. But then, there is a limit to the energy that you can put in a long series of debates. And the boundaries of that very limit were pretty much visible during the recent showdown between the two at Flint, Michigan. They looked like an old, bored married couple that just loves to disagree for no apparent reason. Here is how they spelled it all.
She said, "If everyone voted the way he did I believe the auto industry would have collapsed taking four millions jobs with it."
He said, "Let me just say this, while we are on Wall Street, one of us has a super PAC. One of us has raised $15 million from Wall Street for that super PAC. One of us has given speeches on Wall Street for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Now, I kind of think if you get paid a couple hundred thousand dollars for a speech, it must be a great speech. I think we should release it and let the American people see what that transcript was."
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