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Clinton Reacts to Potential Sanders-Trump Debate — Here’s What She Said


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Hillary Clinton responded to talk of a debate between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Thursday, saying on CNN that she did not take it seriously.

“Oh Wolf, this doesn’t sound like a serious discussion,” the Democratic front-runner told host Wolf Blitzer when asked.

“And what’s your reaction to a possible debate between Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump?” Blitzer pressed.

“I just said, I don’t think it’s serious,” she answered. “I don’t think it’s going to happen.”

Trump perviously said he would debate the Vermont senator after Clinton declined a Fox News debate invite. When Sanders accepted Trump’s challenge, the real estate mogul said he was kidding. Trump later said he would debate Sanders if $10 million could be raised for charity.

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