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Hillary Clinton also slammed Trump.

“I think whoever goes up against Donald Trump better be ready, and I feel I am the best prepared and ready Democratic candidate.”

“I’m having foreign leaders ask if they can endorse me to stop Donald Trump,” she said.

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders came out swinging at Republican front-runner Donald Trump at Sunday’s TV One, CNN Ohio Democratic Presidential Town Hall, calling him a “pathological liar.”

The comment came after a CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Sanders about Trump blaming his supporters for violence at the real estate mogul’s campaign rallies.

“I hate to say this because I really don’t like to disparage public officials, but Donald Trump is a pathological liar,” Sanders said, adding that his campaign does not encourage supporters to commit violence.

He also accused Trump of inciting violence by offering to pay the legal fees for a supporter who was arrested after attacking a Black Lives Matter protester last week at a rally in North Carolina. He called on Trump to tone down the negative rhetoric. 

Last week at a North Carolina rally, Rakeem Jones was attacked by a 78-year-old White man as he was being escorted from the event.

He said Trump cheered on the attack.



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