Bernie SandersBernie SandersOvernight Energy: Trump orders review of national monuments, claiming ‘egregious abuse’ Dem rep: Trump's tax plan as believable as 'magic, unicorns or Batman' Sanders: Trump tax plan makes 'rigged' system 'worse' MORE’s campaign is raising pressure on Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonWant a tremendous deal on infrastructure spending? Suspend Davis-Bacon Constitutional amendment could vastly improve campaign finance The Hill's Whip List: Who to watch on GOP's new ObamaCare bill MORE to debate in New York ahead of the state’s primary.
“It would be very, very dishonest for them not to do the debates they have promised to do,” he added. “They promised to do one in March. We said let’s do it in Michigan; that’s where it happened. Another one coming up in April, and there’s another one coming up in May.”
Clinton’s campaign on Monday warned that the Vermont senator needed to change his “tone” for the former secretary of State to attend.
“This is a man who said he’d never run a negative ad ever. He’s now running them. They’re planning to run more,” Joel Benenson, Clinton’s chief strategist, said on CNN. “Let’s see the tone of the campaign he wants to run before we get to any other questions.”
Sanders’s campaign said it’s unclear why Clinton seems to be “concerned” about holding a debate where she served as senator.
“That’s where Secretary Clinton was elected twice to the U.S. Senate,” Weaver said. “I just don’t understand what the Clinton campaign is afraid of in terms of debating in New York.”
New York’s primary is April 19.