While leading nationally, Clinton suddenly finds herself under threat of losing the first two state contests, in February 1 in Iowa , where the pair are neck and neck in the polls, and February 9 in New Hampshire , where Sanders has a significant lead.
All the MPs are quick to condemn Trump's views, and calls for Muslims to be banned from the United States - he's been branded a wazzock , an idiot and a buffoon. Siddiq, however, insisted that Trump would be endangering British Muslims if he was allowed into the country. "His words are poisonous", she said (video above), noting Trump is "interviewing for the most important job in the world".
For Martin O'Malley, the top questions were: "Why is Martin O'Malley running for President?", "Martin O'Malley was Governor of which state?" and "Is Martin O'Malley still running for President?" When the conversation shifted to fiscal responsibility, O'Malley said his time in Maryland made him the only person on stage to balance a budget.
You can read a transcript here . "So as far as you know, you had nothing to do and your visit had nothing to do with his recapture?" asked Rose . "I can be very, you know, flamboyant in my words sometimes", Penn said. Penn met with El Chapo for seven hours back in October. In a stunning escape last July, Mr. Guzman stepped into the shower in a prison cell and slipped away in full view of a video camera.
But he added: "I believe we should greet the extreme things this man says by our own reasonableness and hospitality". Labour's Paul Flynn insisted the "great danger" of attacking Mr Trump is it could "fix on him a halo of victimhood" and boost the cause of his supporters.
She would say only that to raise new health care ideas would open a can of worms in 2017 that would give Republicans a way to abolish ObamaCare. Sanders defended himself, saying he has a strong record on trying to prevent guns from getting into the wrong hands and standing up to the NRA.