O’Malley: DNC Is Favoring Clinton
As Bernie Sanders wars with the DNC, Martin O’Malley has joined his side and called out the DNC for favoring Hillary Clinton.
”In fact, that’s also why, for the first time ever, they have limited the number of debates to just four. I think, at this same time eight years ago … we had had 16 debates,” he said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“I thought last night’s debate was actually a very good exchange of those ideas. And I hope we have more of them. I was able to make a case for a new generation of leadership, fresh approaches, new ideas to confront these challenges,” he said.
The Hill reports:
O’Malley’s comments come on the heels of David Axelrod, a former top political advisor to President Obama, and former Sen. Jim Webb (D-Va.), who dropped out of the Democratic presidential primary, questioning the DNC’s fairness after it denied Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders access to a crucial voter database.
The DNC briefly suspended the Sanders campaign’s access to the database after its staff improperly accessed voter information that belonged to the Clinton campaign.
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