Sanders has reopened the health care debate by urging the U.S. to adopt a system more like that of other wealthy countries. In Sunday night's Democratic presidential debate in Flint, Michigan, he said, "When we talk about Europe and their pluses and minuses, one thing they have done well that we should emulate ... is guaranteed health care for all people." Even though he's right, his health care platform is under attack, not just from the right, but also from the left.
The two candidates repeated claims we’ve checked before on guns, childhood poverty and unemployment.
It was a lot more substantial than the Republican debates, which are more like comedy shows.
He live-tweeted the debate.
It's Clinton vs. Sanders again.