- The Washington Times - Sunday, January 17, 2016

Hillary Clinton on Sunday night boasted of her experience and said that she’s “prepared and ready” to be president, while Sen. Bernard Sanders again said he’s ready to lead a “political revolution” in the U.S.

At the Democratic presidential primary debate in Charleston, S.C., Mrs. Clinton, Mr. Sanders and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley each made their case to voters in the final forum before the crucial Feb. 1 caucuses.

“We have to keep our communities and our country safe. We need a president who can handle all aspects of the job. I understand this is the hardest job in the world and I’m prepared and ready to take it on,” Mrs. Clinton said.

Each candidate paid tribute to Martin Luther King Jr., and Mr. Sanders said the nation must fight for the equal opportunity.

“This campaign is about a political revolution, not only to elect a president but to transform this country,” the senator from Vermont said.

For his part, Mr. O’Malley said the nation must continue on the path President Obama has laid out.

“We need to come together as a people and build on the good things President Obama has done,” he said.


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