Hillary Clinton, “after coasting through the first Democratic debate, was thrown on the defensive throughout the second showdown Saturday night, facing sharp questions and attacks on her foreign policy record, her ties to Wall Street, and shifting positions on gun control,” Politico reports.
New York Times: “Sen. Bernie Sanders, after a month in which he has lost some ground in the polls, quickly went on offense, criticizing Hillary Clinton’s 2002 vote to authorize the invasion of Iraq, which he blamed for the rise of Al Qaeda and the Islamic State.”
Said Sanders: “I would argue that the disastrous invasion of Iraq, something that I strongly opposed, has unraveled the region completely.”
BuzzFeed News: “The second Democratic debate was a largely staid affair, especially compared to the often tense GOP debates over the last several months.”Save to Favorites