Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham Clinton2016 pollsters erred by not weighing education on state level, says political analyst Could President Trump's talk of a 'red wave' cause his supporters to stay home in midterms? Dem group targets Trump in M voter registration campaign: report MORE on Sunday said her plan to regulate Wall Street goes further than that of her primary rival, Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersCarbon tax could give liberals vast power to grow federal government Poll: Gillum leads DeSantis by 4 points in Florida Judd Gregg: Two ideas whose time has not come MORE.

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“I have the toughest, most effective campaign plan to take on the entire financial industry,” Clinton said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

“I don’t understand why he doesn’t join me, because it goes a lot further than anything he is proposing,” she added of Sanders.

The former secretary of State said the attack from the Sanders campaign accusing her of favoritism toward Wall Street “is really getting old.”

“They can’t point to anything,” she said. “They are grabbing at straws to make this case.”

Clinton also turned the tables on Sanders, pointing to a vote he cast to deregulate the financial industry, which she said fueled the Great Recession.

“But, let’s ask Senator Sanders’s campaign: Why did he vote to deregulate swaps and derivatives, one of the key reasons for Lehman Brothers being overleveraged, collapsing and bringing down the economy?” she said.