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Hillary: No More Debates Unless ‘Bernie Changes Tone’

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Ah yes, when times get tough, you go with what you know. For Hillary this round, that’s a blend of a little nastiness combined with a big dollop of “I’m the victim here.”

Following losses in the last three primaries, and aggressive efforts by the Sanders team to pull some of the brainwashed super delegates away from the Clinton Cult, Hillary is no longer much interested in another debate.

Despite the fact that Bernie said he wasn’t going to make an issue of her “damn emails,” hasn’t touched Benghazi, soft-shoed Libya and has avoided the Clinton Foundation’s influence peddling and money laundering, Clinton’s team insinuated Monday she would decline another debate unless he changed his “tone.”

Clinton’s campaign is worried the senator has been too negative in recent weeks and is “talking about running harsher negatives now.” Joel Benenson, chief strategist, was asked by CNN what the risk is debating Sanders one more time. Sanders has called for another debate before the April 19 primary in New York. While months ago Hillary was considered a sure-thing in New York, doubts are emerging. Among other issues, Sanders has deep ties to Brooklyn, while Hillary is a carpetbagger who bought a house upstate apparently to give her private email server a place to reside.

“There’s no risk. She’s done very well in the debates. The debates have been very good, but Senator Sanders doesn’t get to decide when we debate, particularly when he’s running a very negative campaign against us. Let’s see if he goes back to the kind of tone he said he was going to set early on. If he does that, then we’ll talk about debates,” Benenson said.

“So no chance of a New York debate?” the CNN moderator asked.

“I didn’t say that,” Benenson said. “I said we’re going to see what kind of tone he sets.”

As one newspaper put it, “Make your demands now, Mrs. Clinton. Because when Trump greets you in the general, I can promise you he won’t be as sweet.”