RNC slams Dems' 'pattern of favoritism' toward Clinton


The Democratic National Committee shows favoritism toward front-runner Hillary Clinton, according to the DNC's Republican counterpart.

"It is so troubling to see the DNC engage in such heavy-handed favoritism benefitting Hillary Clinton, a pattern which will continue tomorrow night with another debate deliberately scheduled to limit viewership," RNC communications director Sean Spicer said in a statement.

The three Democratic primary candidates, Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley, will face off Saturday night at the third Democratic debate of the primary season. Many Democrats complained that the DNC is holding too few debates and electing to broadcast them at a time with a small audience, such as the Saturday night before Christmas.

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