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and nbsp in the democratic primary growing greater by the day former secretary Hillary Clinton mapping and static lead in delegates over rival Bernie Sanders but the Vermont senator continuing to drive forward on Sunday when carcasses in Maine a day after the victory intently and Nebraska , Clinton I think they stuck on a debate stage in flint Michigan amid that city's catastrophic public health crisis over toxic levels of lead in the drinking water what is going on , it's a disgrace beyond belief people should be held accountable where ever that means beyond city inflamed both candidates reaching that voters across Michigan and other rust belt states and ravaged by the loss of manufacturing jobs , Sanders painting Clinton support for nineteen nineties era free trade deal such as nafta a betrayal of American workers and her current opposition to president Obama's transpacific partnership deal unconvincing after she supported it and secretary of state , Clinton fired back at standards for opposing federal aid to the auto industry , the financial crisis I voted to save the auto industry TeenNick , if you would look at about the Wall Street bailout , twenty point lead over Sanders in the state , Michigan holds its primary contest Tuesday