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New Hampshire / Hillary Clinton / Bernie Sanders / Senator Sanders #1168584

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 05, 2016
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Hillary Clinton's once commanding lead over Bernie Sanders in national polls is gone. A new poll out today shows they are now in a statistical tie. And in New Hampshire four days before the primary Sanders leads by 20 points. After their feisty debate last night Clinton talked to our Nancy Cordes. Madam Secretary when I talk to voters here who don't support you one of the reasons they often give is because of your speaking fees because of donations from Wall Street. How do you change that percep...
Reporter(s):
Nancy Cordes
Duration:
00:02:24

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