Hillary Responds to Sanders Attack on Wall Street Contributions by Invoking 9/11
Bernie Sanders piked a fight with Hillary Clinton on Wall Street tonight at the Democratic debate, bringing up how she has gotten a lot in Wall Street donations over the years.
When Clinton put forth her proposal to regulate Wall Street, Sanders responded with three words: “Not good enough.”
He found it a little odd that Clinton professes to be so publicly anti-Wall Street when she gets a lot of campaign cash from them. Clinton pushed back and said he’s trying to “impugn my integrity.”
She brought up how she was a New York senator on 9/11, and invoked how downtown Manhattan, where Wall Street is located, was targeted on that tragic day. Clinton touted her work to help them rebuild and insisted that she’s plenty tough on Wall Street.
Later on in the debate, the CBS moderators brought up this tweet from someone about Clinton’s answer:
— Andy Grewal (@AndyGrewal) November 15, 2015
Watch the full exchange above, via CBS.
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