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Feel the Bern Yet Hillary? Sanders Challenges Clinton to New Debates

It wasn’t supposed to be this way. Hillary, the DNC and the mainstream media had it all set up. To keep up the appearance of a fair fight, Hillary would punch out Bernie in a few show debates. To make sure he did not get any accidental exposure, the debates would be safely hidden away in TV schedule death holes like early Saturday nights.

But then something funny happened enroute to Hillary’s coronation. Bernie started catching up.

So true to her hypocritical roots, Hillary suddenly demanded Bernie accept an invitation to an unsanctioned debate on February 4, ahead of the New Hampshire primary on February 9.

Bernie called her bluff, and instead demanded three new debates.

“From the beginning of this campaign Senator Sanders has called for more debates. Clinton has not. Now she is asking to change the rules to schedule a debate next week that is not sanctioned by the DNC. Why is that? The answer is obvious. The dynamics of the race have changed and Senator Sanders has significant momentum,” said Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver.

“Senator Sanders is happy to have more debates but we are not going to schedule them on an ad hoc basis at the whim of the Clinton campaign,” Weaver continued. “If Secretary Clinton wants more debates that’s great. We propose three additional debates. One in March, April and May and none on a Friday, Saturday or holiday weekend. And all of the three Democratic candidates must be invited. If the Clinton campaign will commit to this schedule, we would ask the DNC to arrange a debate in New Hampshire.”

The move puts the burden of response back on Clinton. Meanwhile, the DNC has refused to sanction that debate, and has shown no willingness to accept any further events.

Clinton has said she would only debate if the DNC agreed to approve the event, as the DNC has said candidates who appear in any unofficial events would be barred from the previously scheduled ones. The next official debate is set for February 11 in Milwaukee.