Clinton smiles as Sanders speaks during the CNN Democratic presidential debate. (AP Photo/John Locher)
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Bernie Sanders' campaign – long considered a long shot – said it raised nearly $2 million from the first Democratic debate of the 2016 race, and social media metrics showed he was the most-searched candidate on Google and most-discussed on Facebook and Twitter. Meanwhile, Hillary Rodham Clinton's backers celebrated the day after what some said was the best two hours of her campaign.Both Sanders and Clinton were looking to build on their strong debate performances as the rest of the field struggled to gain traction.The debate commanded by Clinton and Sanders appeared to narrow any opening for a presidential bid by Vice President Joe Biden, Democratic strategists said.Clinton, who spent Thursday campaigning in suburban Las Vegas, warned her backers that the contest was far from over.
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