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Sanders reacts to Hillary Clinton saying “nobody likes him”

CBS News Friday, 24 January 2020
In an interview with "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell, Senator Bernie Sanders reacted to the news that Hillary Clinton said "nobody likes him." Sanders said it's "not the kind of rhetoric" Democrats need to defeat President Trump.
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Hillary Clinton Says 'Nobody Likes' Bernie Sanders, Won't Endorse Him The 2016 Democratic presidential candidate makes the comments in an upcoming Hulu documentary series, 'Hillary.' Hillary Clinton, via CNN Hillary Clinton, via CNN She reiterated her position in an interview with 'The Hollywood...

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