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The Latest: Sanders Criticizes Clinton Record On Fracking

The Latest: Sanders Criticizes Clinton Record On Fracking

KMart Promo Codes http://www.anthropologiecoupons.com. WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on campaign 2016 (all times Eastern Daylight Time):



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A swing Macy's Promo Codes through upstate New York is providing Bernie Sanders with a fresh opportunity to contrast himself with Hillary Clinton on fracking - an oil and gas drilling method that's been banned in the state.

Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. speaks at a campaign rally, Monday, April 11, 2016, in Binghamton, N.Y. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

In a lengthy riff at a rally in Binghamton, New York, Monday, Sanders hit Clinton for promoting fracking as secretary of state and only offering conditional opposition to the practice.

Sanders said eliminating the practice is critical in fighting climate change, one of his top issues. He said doing so requires "bold leadership." He also said that Clinton has not "led the opposition" against fossil fuels but rather came on board at the end.

Early in the event, Sanders' crowd booed loudly when he said Clinton's name.

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10:40 a.m.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is claiming to be thrifty in an email asking supporters to help him pay off more than $1 million in presidential campaign debt.

Walker said in the fundraising plea sent Sunday that "If there is one thing the American people learned about me during our presidential campaign, it is that I am thrifty."

Walker spent more than $90,000 a day on his 70-day run for president.

Walker said in zappos Coupon Codes the email he's thrifty because he likes to use coupons and shop sales racks.

The email says anyone who donates $45 will receive a Walker presidential campaign T-shirt. But due to a lack of resources, size and color requests won't be honored.

Walker says the shirts can be framed or made into a pillow or bag.

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10:00 a.m.

Republican front-runner Donald Trump says his children will not be able to vote for him in the upcoming New York presidential primary because they didn't register in time.

In an interview on Fox News Monday, Trump said his children, Eric and Ivanka, "feel very, very guilty" not to have registered, saying that they were "unaware of the rules."

Trump didn't provide further details on their failure to register, saying, simple, "it's fine."

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3:30 a.m.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is blasting the way the country chooses presidential party nominees as "corrupt" and "crooked."

His harsh criticism comes as Trump grapples with the potential of a brokered convention that he risks losing.

Speaking to thousands packed in a frigid airport hangar in western New York on Sunday, Trump ripped the byzantine fight over delegates at the heart of his party's nominating process. He argued anew that the person who wins the most votes in the primary process should automatically be the GOP nominee.

The billionaire businessman, who has been leading throughout the GOP race, charged that "what they're trying to do is subvert the movement with crooked shenanigans."

He's coming to terms with the political reality of chasing delegates ahead of the nominating convention.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally at JetSmart Aviation Services on Sunday, April 10, 2016, in Rochester, N.Y. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)

Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump get autographs after a rally at JetSmart Aviation Services on Sunday, April 10, 2016, in Rochester, N.Y. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)