Clinton Strong at MSNBC Democratic Town Hall

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during in a televised town hall meeting with Senator Bernie Sanders at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas on February 18, 2016. The town hall discussion focused on issues affecting Nevada and the Latino Community was held just two days before Nevadas First in the West presidential caucus on†Saturday, February 20, 2016.  / AFP / JOHN GURZINSKIJOHN GURZINSKI/AFP/Getty Images
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during in a televised town hall meeting with Senator Bernie Sanders at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas on February 18, 2016.
The town hall discussion focused on issues affecting Nevada and the Latino Community was held just two days before Nevadas First in the West presidential caucus on†Saturday, February 20, 2016.
/ AFP / JOHN GURZINSKIJOHN GURZINSKI/AFP/Getty Images

Last night, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders took part in a town hall event in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event was moderated by Jose Diaz-Balart and Chuck Todd on MSNBC. While the candidates did not appear on stage together, they did have a lot to say about each other. Clinton suggested that Sanders was not a true Democrat since he has run for the Senate as an Independent. With the town hall being co-hosted by Telemundo, a major topic of discussion was immigration reform. Clinton promised to make immigration a “big political issue” and said that she would build upon President Barack Obama’s executive actions. Other topics discussed included Wall Street, the Supreme Court, LBGT issues, and her plan to secure the Democratic nomination. A video of Clinton’s portion of the town hall is below.

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