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Sanders Says He Is Winning 'Generational Debate,' Losing On 'Electability'

Sanders Says He Is Winning 'Generational Debate,' Losing On 'Electability'

Update: 2020-03-11
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Despite an underwhelming performance in yesterday's primary contests, Bernie Sanders says he remains a contender for the Democratic presidential nomination. Sanders pointed to Sunday's one-on-one debate with Biden in Arizona as a chance to change the minds of voters who say they like his policy ideas but view Biden as the best option to defeat Trump in November.

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, political reporter Danielle Kurtzleben, and campaign correspondent Scott Detrow.
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Sanders Says He Is Winning 'Generational Debate,' Losing On 'Electability'

Sanders Says He Is Winning 'Generational Debate,' Losing On 'Electability'

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