Speaking to MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell on Tuesday, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's husband former President Bill Clinton delivered a 10-second sound bite that could be perfect for a campaign ad — for his wife's leading competitor, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Mitchell asked Clinton, "Why are young voters going for Sanders? Do you understand that dynamic?"
Bill Clinton did not hesitate, responding, "Absolutely."
Clinton continued, listing a litany of Sanders' platitudes, talking points and campaign promises. "The system's rigged against you. Vote for me and I'll break up the big banks, tax the billionaires and give you free college, cut the cost of healthcare. End of story," said a smiling Clinton.
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