FILE - In this Jan. 7, 2016 file photo, Democratic presidential hopeful former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks in San Gabriel, Calif. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)
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With the Democratic presidential nomination at stake, front-runner Hillary Clinton squares off in a debate Sunday against Bernie Sanders, whose campaign could be hitting its stride two weeks before the first nomination vote in Iowa.Clinton is the presumptive favorite again.While leading nationally, Clinton suddenly finds herself under threat of losing the first two state contests, in February 1 in Iowa, where the pair are neck and neck in the polls, and February 9 in New Hampshire, where Sanders has a significant lead.Clinton has assailed Sanders for being weak on gun control.Republicans seized on the schedule to accuse Democratic leadership of seeking to protect Clinton from excessive on-stage criticism that would be seen by millions.
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