Clinton and Sanders argue a point during a Democratic presidential primary debate at the University of Michigan.
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The change in tone signaled Sanders' increasingly difficult effort to slow the party's front-runner. But the debate was nothing like the show the Republicans put on in their last debate, which was marked by a steady stream of personal attacks and even sexual innuendo.Ultimately, President George W. Bush and Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson agreed to provide $23.4 billion for the auto industry from the federal bailout money for the financial sector.Both Clinton and Sanders made a case for being the best candidate to defeat Republican front-runner Donald Trump in the November general election.In the race for the Democratic nomination, Clinton has 1,130 delegates to Sanders' 499, including "superdelegates" – members of Congress, governors and party officials who can support the candidate of their choice.
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