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Trump's Republican bona fides, Sanders & Clinton trade jabs

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Republican frontrunner Donald Trump was the driving force in the presidential race this week, facing criticism for comments on abortion, foreign policy and nuclear weapons. Will his latest comments slow his momentum ahead of the Wisconsin primary? In the Democratic race, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton traded attacks on campaign financing, trade and abortion.

Aired: 04/01/16

Rating: NR

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