Bernie Sanders appeared to have shut Hillary Clinton down when the conversation at the Democratic debate shifted toward Wall Street reform, saying flatly that Clinton's defense of her record against big banks was "not good enough."
"Why over her political career has Wall Street been a major — the major — contributor to Hillary Clinton?" Sanders demanded to know.
But Clinton was ready in her defense, slamming Sanders by saying, "He has basically used his answer to impugn my integrity." She added that most of her donors have actually been women, and further bulldozed Sanders by saying she'd read his Wall Street proposal and that "my proposal is tougher […] more effective."
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