Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonPoll: Clinton voters like award show speeches, Trump voters find them too political Protester at GOP rep town hall: You wasted a lot of money investigating Benghazi, waste a little on Trump Federal judge denies watchdog's request to disclose State Dept. records on Clinton’s emails MORE on Thursday night sought to contrast herself with Bernie SandersBernie SandersHoward Dean endorses Buttigieg in DNC race A guide to the committees: Senate Ellison holds edge in DNC race survey MORE by framing him as a single-issue candidate who cannot deal with the broad set of American challenges.
"We agree that we've got to get accountable money out of politics; we agree that Wall Street should never be allowed to wreck Main Street again," Clinton said in her closing statement at the Democratic presidential debate hosted by PBS in Wisconsin.
"But here's the point I want to make tonight: I am not a single-issue candidate and I do not believe we live in a single-issue country."
Sanders had spent much of the night pivoting back to his preferred issues of income inequality and the campaign finance system, but Clinton said she wants to overcome all "the barriers that are holding people back."