Three interviews with Rachel Maddow in a row gave the candidates a moment in the spotlight. Here’s what they did with it.
Martin O’Malley Has A Line Of Attack Against Bernie Sanders
O'Malley is the last man standing among the Democratic also-rans not named "Clinton" or "Sanders." He tried to break into the top tier with a sharp attack on Sanders over the time in 2011 Sanders told a progressive radio show it would be a good thing for progressives if President Obama was primaried from the left. Sanders's campaign manager, Jeff Weaver, told BuzzFeed News there was nothing to O'Malley's attack. "He was on a radio show, someone called in and asked if there should be a primary. He's long supported political competition," Weaver said. "He did not actively try to get someone to run against the president, as all of you who cover this know."
Bernie Sanders Is Just As Effective When He’s Not Grumpy
Sanders had fun with Maddow, a journalist he repeatedly praised and said he deeply respects. He was comfortable and he had a good time, joking his way through his standard fare of sharp attacks on the media, dire warnings about the outsized political power of the wealthy, and digs at Clinton for changing her positions on Keystone and other progressive issues Clinton has embraced on the 2016 trail. It was a side of Sanders voters and the press rarely see, but one that is definitely part of his political persona.
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