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but the lan seemingly invincible front runner head into Tuesday showdown with the most polluted and by far the tougher task , Leon Whyte darkness covering the debate for Reuters inaccurate battle for dominance in the right rear fabric yourself as someone who , not only , November but it , strong enough right now , she still well ahead in national polls but Clinton takes the debate stage struggling with the fall out from her use of personal email as secretary of state and the resurgent liberal they've never fallen hard for Sanders packing stadiums and pumping his poll numbers above Clinton's in New Hampshire make not political revolution and picked at all advantage wavering about dnmt in response Clinton has been , hard to , left on everything from gay marriage to global trade to Wall Street reform including the big banks , they , our first , I'm a lot of , the debate on CNN also features former Maryland governor Martin o'malley and vice president Joe Biden will weigh in a run will be via invisible port in the background as they kick off talked battle for the nomination