The presidential debate held in Las Vegas, Nevada may help solidify Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Hillary Clinton has drifted from her economics recently as she came out against the Trans-Pacific Partnership, “a 12-nation free-trade deal that her former boss, President Barack Obama, has made a centerpiece of his second term in office.”
But Tuesday’s candidate debate held in Las Vegas will show that when it comes to the economy Clinton is no Sanders. “The two leading candidates for the Democratic nomination are telling very different stories about what’s going wrong and how to fix it.” However, Clinton and Sanders aren’t miles apart on everything. “Both want a higher federal minimum wage, have big plans to make college more affordable and both oppose the Keystone XL pipeline.”
The other Democratic candidates who will appear on state in Las Vegas have had a hard time getting traction in the polls.