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RT America -- March 7, 2016

Tête-à-tête: Democratic debate gets personal 
With Senator Bernie Sanders demanding Hillary Clinton’s speech transcripts and Hillary criticizing Sanders’ inconsistencies, the recent Democratic debates have stopped being genteel and started getting real. But what does Hillary have to gain by withholding her emails and transcripts? RT’s Ed Schultz talks with White House correspondent and political analyst Tommy Christopher of The Daily Banter and Joe Koss, Digital Editor for the Conservative Review.

‘It is more bluster than threat’ – North Korea’s response to sanctions 
Increased sanctions have prompted North Korea to launch short range missiles and prepare for nuclear war. However, some experts believe that Kim Jong-Un’s bark is worse than his bite. RT’s Ed Schultz is joined by Joe Cirincione, President of the Ploughshares Fund, to discuss what the West can expect from the Hermit Kingdom.