Clinton, Sanders both say they can beat Trump during feisty Michigan debate

Pré-candidatos democratas à presidência dos EUA Bernie Sanders e Hillary Clinton durante debate em Flint, MichiganBy John Whitesides FLINT, Mich. (Reuters) – Democratic presidential contenders Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton sparred in a debate on Sunday over who had the best chance to beat Republican front-runner Donald Trump, and mocked the level of discourse in the Republican White House race. Near the end of a Michigan debate that featured sharp clashes over trade and the auto industry bailout, as well as a lengthy discussion of religion, Clinton and Sanders both said they could not wait to face the brash billionaire in the Nov. 8 election to succeed Democratic President Barack Obama. “I think Donald Trump’s bigotry, his bullying, his bluster, are not going to wear well on the American people,” Clinton said.

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