Candidates pile on front-runner Sanders at Democratic debate

“I’m hearing my name mentioned a lot,” Sanders quipped. “I wonder why.”

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) came under fierce attack at Tuesday night’s Democratic debate in Charleston, S.C., from every other candidate on stage, as Sanders’s rivals sought to blunt his momentum ahead of Saturday’s primary and Super Tuesday.

Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg opened by claiming that Russian President Vladimir Putin wants nothing more than for Democrats to nominate Sanders so that he can lose to President Trump.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) cast Sanders as a rigid ideologue who won’t be able to enact the progressive policies he wants to achieve because he can’t get along with anyone.

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