Hillary Clinton looks past Sanders to aim at GOP

Hillary Clinton says she’s looking forward to debating any one of the Republican candidates, should she capture the Democratic nomination for president.
She rallied several hundred supporters at a historically black medical college in Nashville, Tennessee.
Clinton is looking past Sanders in a return to her early campaign strategy, when she was the clear primary frontrunner.
With Sanders lagging in delegates and likely facing greater losses on Super Tuesday, Clinton’s team is beginning to turn their focus to unifying the party. They don’t want to risk alienating Sanders backers whose support Clinton will need to win a general election.

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