Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Democratic Presidential front- Bernie Sanders seemed questioning that whether the Democratic rival Hillary Clinton is “qualified” to be president of United States after she spent much of the day criticising his record and his preparedness for the job.
While addressing the gathering during a campaign rally at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he also found stated that Hillary Clinton is “not qualified” due to her vote on the war in Iraq and her support for the trade agreements, which as per Sanders are unsafe to the American workers.
While so, around ten thousands of people were being audience to his speech at the Temple University’s Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, where he also said that the Clinton has been saying lately that “she thinks that I am quote unquote ‘not qualified’ to be president”.
Moreover, he also stated that he does not believe that “she is qualified if she is, through her super PAC, taking tens of millions of dollars in special- interest funds.”
In the war of words, the spokesperson for Clinton- Brian Fallon found quickly entering the battle and responded the comments preferred by Sander writing on Twitter that as to the non qualification of the Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton did not spoke ever, however, “he has now- absurdly- said it about her. This is a new low”.
It was also seen, in an interview, that the Hillary Clinton was asked in the discussion on the Sanders, reportedly, that if “Bernie Sanders is qualified and ready to be president of the United States”, at that time she responded that she thinks he had not done his homework and he had been talking for more than year about doing things that he “obviously had not really studies or understood, and that does raise a lot of questions.”
It was seen that Michael Briggs- the Spokesperson for the Sanders, yesterday found stated that Sanders was responding to the reports on the CNN and other website. Also, the post story was headlined as ‘Clinton Questions Whether Sanders is Qualified to be President’.