Clinton: ‘I Don’t Have Anything Negative To Say’ About Sanders
Hillary Clinton has noted the harsher rhetoric and tone of the campaign of late, but unlike in 2008 she is trying to avoid going negative. After saying he had “doubts” about her Presidency, Clinton refused to return the critique.
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“”I don’t have anything negative to say about him,” she said in an interview with Jake Tapper on CNN’s State of the Union.
The Hill reports:
Even after the Vermont senator questioned whether Clinton was qualified to be president, Clinton said she would choose Sanders any day over Republican presidential candidates Donald Trumpand Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas).Clinton also touted her own record, saying people know she would be a president who’d follow through on her promises.“I think people know that I will be a president who will follow through on what I’ve said. That’s why I’ve laid out plans,” she said.“I want to knock down all the barriers that stand in the way of people getting ahead and staying ahead. I want to protect people’s rights. I want to protect our country. I want to unify our country, and I think I’m in a very good position to actually get that done.”