Democrat presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders calls out rival Hillary Clinton for being “unqualified” to take over the White House.
“Secretary Clinton appears to be getting a little bit nervous,” Sanders started his barrage in front of thousands of his suporters at a rally at Temple University in Philadelphia as reported by ABC News.
“She has been saying lately that she thinks that I am quote unquote, not qualified to be president. Now, let me, let me just say in response to Secretary Clinton, I don’t believe that she is qualified, if she is, through her super PAC, taking tens of millions of dollars in special interest donations.”
The quips from the Vermont junior senator came after he established his reins against Clinton in the recently held presidential primary elections in Wisconsin. Sanders won the Democratic race by garnering 50 percent of the total voting population from the midwestern state.
Sanders continued slamming Clinton enumerating questionable decisions from the former Secretary of State with topics ranging from the war unleashed versus Iraq to the Panama Free Trade.
“I don’t think you are qualified if you supported the Panama Free Trade Agreement, something I very strongly opposed, and which is as all of you know, has allowed corporations and wealthy people all over the world to avoid paying their taxes to their countries,” the presidential hopeful explained.
Meanwhile, on the Republican side, Ted Cruz emerges as triumphant in Wisconsin, beating currently first seed rival, Donald Trump, by getting almost half of the statewide votes.
While it may be good news for Cruz, his celebration was immediately cut short when he landed on New York to continue his campaign rally. Not only does the Big Apple heavily favor the Democrats, Cruz is also the least liked among the minority Republicans in the area according to the latest Monmouth University poll survey. Businessman-turned-politician Trump took away a huge chunk of the rates with 52 percent, followed by Ohio governor, John Kasich booking 25 percent and Cruz with 17 percent.
Despite this, Cruz forged on his mission, speaking for a couple of minutes to pastors in an effort to establish a good turn out in the upcoming April 19 primaries that can bear as much as 95 delagates. The Texas senator was greeted by about 50 supporters in the Sabrosura 2 restaurant in the Bronx.