Bernie SandersBernie SandersWarren defends, Buttigieg attacks in debate that shrank the field Five takeaways from the Democratic debate in Ohio New study: Full-scale 'Medicare for All' costs trillion over 10 years MORE and Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonWarren defends, Buttigieg attacks in debate that shrank the field Democrats fear Ohio slipping further away in 2020 Poll: Warren leads Biden in Maine by 12 points MORE had one of their sharpest exchanges of the Democratic presidential campaign to date during Sunday's debate in Flint, Mich., when the Vermont senator cut his rival off for interrupting him.

"Excuse me, I'm talking," Sanders said after Clinton tried to cut in during a heated exchange about the 2008 legislation that bailed out Wall Street banks and U.S. auto companies.

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The former secretary of State attacked Sanders for opposing the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program, arguing it was responsible for saving U.S. auto companies.

Sanders replied tartly, "If you are talking about the Wall Street bailout, where some of your friends destroyed this economy—"

Clinton cut in, saying, "you know," before Sanders shut her down aggressively.

"If you're going to talk, tell the whole story," Clinton said.

"Let me tell my story, you tell yours," Sanders replied.