During an interview Sunday with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman took aim at two of her male opponents: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Republican front-runner Donald Trump.

John Podesta claimed that Sanders appeared to change courses during the Iowa Democratic Party's annual Jefferson-Jackson dinner Saturday, and welcomed a general election match-up featuring Clinton and Trump.

"I think Bernie Sanders seemed to have a course correction in the dinner from one in which he said he wasn't going to go negative to obviously focusing his, you know, his fire on [Clinton]," Podesta said Sunday on ABC's "This Week."

In comparison to the socialist senator from Vermont, Podesta said Clinton's remarks at the dinner were centered around her vision for the country as opposed to her differences with other candidates.

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