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The Democratic race for President got a lot more dramatic yesterday. Starting with Bernie Sanders’ interview with the New York Daily News, where he repeated that he doesn’t believe victims of a gun crimes should be able to sue gun makers. Not surprisingly, Hillary Clinton was appalled at Sen. Sander’s answer. Clinton also said Sanders has been talking a lot about “things that he obviously hadn’t really studied,” and stated that Sanders, “by his own admission, has never even been a Democrat.”

A Washington Post story followed, with a headline that read, “Clinton questions whether Sanders is qualified to be president.” Then, Wednesday night, at a rally in Philadelphia, Sanders quoted what he’d thought Clinton said, “that she thinks that I am ‘not qualified to be president.’” That was when Sanders proceeded to blast Clinton saying “I don’t believe that she is qualified,” and listed a host of reasons why.

In other news, Voter ID appears to have created some serious voting problems – just as Wisconsin Republicans have admitted they wanted.

In New York, Republicans campaigned for president Wednesday, with Donald Trump getting a home state welcome, and Ted Cruz – infamous for bashing “New York values” got a resounding Bronx cheer.

Meanwhile, with the Panama Papers leak exposing more people and corporations trying to evade taxes, giant drug corporations Pfizer and Allergan decided not to merge, after President Obama tightened tax rules.