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General News    H3'ed 4/30/16

Clinton to take hard line with Sanders, say allies

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Clinton will want Sanders’s help in winning over his diehard supporters and unifying the party — and Sanders will want something in return. The Vermont senator has been trying to push Clinton and Democrats to adopt positions on free tuition at public colleges, and to break up the nation’s six largest banks to lessen their dominance in the credit card and mortgage business. Clinton supporters argue the former secretary of State has already been forced to the left by Sanders, and can’t risk moving further ahead of a general election. Sanders allies are frustrated with what they see as recalcitrance by Clinton to offer more. “He can't demand anything but she'll want his full cooperation,” one Sanders ally said.
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