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Old 11-06-2015, 10:41 AM
 
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Asked whether he regretted his remark that the American people are sick of hearing about her "damn emails" during the last debate, Sanders said in the Wednesday interview that he did not and that the investigation should "proceed unimpeded."


Sanders, in tonal shift, backs investigation of Clinton emails - POLITICO

In other words, Sanders is no longer tired of hearing about her "damn emails". Could this have anything to do with Sanders' meeting with Biden at the White House last week? I think there's a larger resistance to Clinton than we know about within the DNC.
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Old 11-06-2015, 10:59 AM
 
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Two observations:

1. Clinton fans: Bernie is coming after your candidate, slowly but surely. The White House may be prompting this "tonal shift". Like all former presidential families, the Obamas want to be the ones pulling the strings at the DNC (there was a similar fight between the Reagans and the Bushes). If Hillary is elected, the DNC would go back to Clinton control. Obama would essentially be powerless in the party, just like Jimmy Carter was/is. Obama does not want that, therefore, I wouldn't doubt his support going to Sanders or O'Malley.

2. Bernie fans: Are you going to retract the praise of your candidate for "sticking solely to the issues" now? You were pretty proud of him when he denounced the email scandal, but now the tables are turned.
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Old 11-06-2015, 01:42 PM
 
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I complained when he made the statement in the debate so I'm glad to see him roll it back some.
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