"Every time you think it can't get any uglier they find a way."- Hillary Clinton takes swipe at GOP rivals after handily winning Mississippi primary. Watch more: https://on.msnbc.com/1p6J2RhPosted by MSNBC on Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Hillary Clinton took the stage in Cleveland, Ohio, soon after it was announced that she has won the Mississippi primary, and it was pretty clear she's had enough. Enough of the Republican mudslinging and divisiveness and enough of voters hoodwinked into support racist, bigoted policies from the conservative side.
Voters should be able to see the differences, she said, in how the Democratic and Republican campaigns are unfolding.
"I'm proud of the campaign that Sen. [Bernie] Sanders and I are running. We have our differences, but those differences pale in comparison to what’s happening on the Republican side. Every time you think it can’t get any uglier, they find a way," she said, mocking the GOP and their dreadful debates.
Speaking to her supporters in Cleveland, Clinton was very enthusiastic to be “building a successful campaign” against the Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
"America is great, we don’t have to make it great," the former secretary of state remarked. "We have to make it whole."
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"Running for president shouldn't be about delivering insults, it should be about delivering results for the American people,” Clinton added.
Clinton didn’t mention the contests in Michigan or Mississippi, but instead turned her attention on Ohio, mentioning that she is expecting a "busy week" there.
She currently holds a 196-delegate lead over her Sanders for the Democratic nomination.
The latest news confirms that Sanders has won the presidential primary in Michigan, swapping victories with Hillary Clinton. But despite his neck to neck win, there isn’t much hope for him, as the former secretary of the state has already earned more than half of the 2,383 delegates needed to secure the Democratic nomination.
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