SUN SUNI KHABAR APRIL 6TH, 2016
Wisconsin was a turning point in this election for both parties. On the Democratic side, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders won his sixth of the last seven state contests, striking a blow to frontrunner Hillary Clinton. On the other side, Texas Senator Ted Cruz won Wisconsin, pushing the Republican party closer to a contested convention. In his victory speech, Cruz asserted that his campaign will win the delegate majority and the general election.
SANDERS STRUGGLES IN INTERVIEW
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders sat down with the New York Daily News on April 1. However, the Democratic presidential hopeful struggled. When questioned on his foreign policy views, Sanders often expressed uncertainty over the facts, often answering “I don’t know” when presented with a question where he did not have the relevant facts. With regards to his Wall Street policy, Sanders has often said that he wants to break up big banks. However, he admitted that he did not know how to do that.
TRUMP BAD BUT CLINTON WORSE, SAYS CHINA
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has made China a scapegoat in his speeches, saying that the Asian country has stolen jobs from American people and promised to bring those jobs back to the United States. James Mann, author of many books on China and U.S. relations, says that China has an easier time dealing with “leaders that have large egos, who are full of themselves and who can be flattered and courted."