Sanders in particular has launched some zingers. On Wednesday, the Vermont senator tweeted a photo of a handwritten note Clinton had apparently written to him back in 1993. The post was a thinly veiled jab at Clinton for ratcheting up attacks against his healthcare-policy agenda in the race.
"To Bernie Sanders with thanks for your commitment to real healthcare access for all Americans," the Clinton note read.
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) January 13, 2016
Both Clinton and Sanders have been publicly sparring as Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, has seen her lead over Sanders melt away both nationally and in the first two voting states. Clinton has also launched broadsides against Sanders for backing a bill that protected gun manufacturers.
On Monday, Sanders dug up a two-year-old tweet from John Podesta, Clinton's campaign chair, that backed a single-payer healthcare system. Sanders, a big supporter of single-payer healthcare, playfully offered Podesta a job on his campaign:
If you ever want to work for a campaign that shares your values on health care, there's always room at Bernie 2016. https://t.co/sFhjtVhepF
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) January 11, 2016
Podesta responded by torching Sanders' approach to healthcare policy.
I'd prefer to stay with the campaign that won't dismantle Medicare, tear up Obamacare and start from scratch again. https://t.co/H2UnuE0D6q
— John Podesta (@johnpodesta) January 12, 2016
On Wednesday, he continued the criticism:
Can't level with the American people that $15 trillion for health care would mean a tax increase across the board. https://t.co/ozbYeKM9Q1
— John Podesta (@johnpodesta) January 13, 2016
At the end of last week, Sanders highlighted the fact that Clinton criticized President Barack Obama's position on guns during her 2008 primary campaign against him:
Maybe Hillary Clinton should apologize for this? pic.twitter.com/We14Q7Ia5g
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) January 9, 2016
Meanwhile, the official Clinton campaign account "The Briefing" has also been hammering away at Sanders:
— The Briefing (@TheBriefing2016) January 13, 2016
See photos of the pair duking it out:
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