Hillary Clinton to Join Bernie Sanders at Fox News Town Hall

Hillary Clinton to Join Bernie Sanders
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Hillary Clinton will join Bernie Sanders at a Fox News town hall on Monday, making her first appearance on the news channel in two years.

The town hall, which will be held in Detroit and moderated by Bret Baier, will include separate forums with each candidate before an audience of Michigan voters.

Fox News announced on Thursday that Sanders would participate in the event, but Clinton was unable to attend due to a scheduling conflict.

Michigan’s presidential primary is Tuesday.

Baier anchors the weeknight “Special Report With Bret Baier” on Fox News and co-moderated the GOP debate Thursday night with Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace.

Fox News has not yet sponsored any Democratic presidential debates, even though Baier pressed Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz on the idea in a recent interview.

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    I’m glad Clinton changed her mind. Sanders isn’t afraid to speak to those who may have disagreements with him. He knows that, to find common ground, one has to get out of one’s comfort zone, as shown by his speech to Liberty University last September. Clinton’s been co-opting a light version of Sanders’ positions. Now she is following his lead on this. Good for her, but one should ask “Who here is the leader?”

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