Bernie Sanders: "Clinton Campaign Has Become Very Nervous"


In an interview after President Obama's State of the Union Address, Sen. Bernie Sanders responds to the speech and talks about his presidential campaign against Hillary Clinton.

BERNIE SANDERS: We started this campaign at 2% in the polls, now some polls actually have us ahead -- I think we have a really good chance of winning both Iowa and New Hampshire. Obviously as we have gained momentum, I think it is fair to say the Clinton campaign has become very nervous.

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