Sanders: Trump Should Focus on Climate Change Instead of Bill Clinton’s Sex Life
RADDATZ: "Hillary Clinton has Bill Clinton joining her on the campaign trail there in New Hampshire this week. Donald Trump and Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus think Bill Clinton’s sexual history is fair game. Do you?"
SANDERS: "No, I don’t. I think, you know, we have enormous problems facing this country and I think we got more things to worry about than Bill Clinton’s sexual life. I think — interestingly enough, maybe Donald Trump might want to focus attention on climate change, understand that climate change is not a hoax, as he believes that it is, that maybe Donald Trump should understand that we should raise the minimum wage in this country, which he opposes, and maybe we should not be giving huge tax breaks to fellow billionaires like Donald Trump. So I think maybe he should focus on those things."
RADDATZ: "You have had some very harsh words for Donald Trump recently and you said you wanted to stay away from personal attacks --"
RADDATZ: "-- in this campaign."
RADDATZ: "Some of the things you’ve said, like calling him a pathological liar, have been pretty personal."
SANDERS: "Yes. The truth is I do not get engaged in personal attacks, but Trump really is over the edge. He has attacked me very ferociously and has called me a liar because I point that out, that nobody else has seen on television thousands of Muslims celebrating the destruction of the Twin Towers. Time after time, this guy just comes up with things off the top of his head that are lies. And somebody has got to say that he is a pathological liar."