Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met Sunday in Flint, Mich., in the eighth Democratic debate.
Both candidates began the evening calling for the resignation of Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder. After Clinton said, “Amen,” to Sanders’ comments on Flint, the two candidate’s paths diverged.
Campaign finance, trade, Wall Street and gun control were some of the issues the two argued. And while much of what came up was expected, there was some more unusual debate fodder, too – the role of God in the election and the need for mental health help aimed at the Republican candidates.
Here are a few of the highlights from the Flint, Mich., debate.
On Clinton talking about her efforts to stop jobs from going overseas.
Excuse him, he’s talking.
Sanders explains his one issue.
Clashing over Wall Street.
How she would take on Trump.
It was Yuuuuge.
Sanders wants to see the transcripts.
The latest in mental health spending plans.
Clinton and Sanders on the role of God in elections.