Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton outlines differences between herself and Sen. Bernie Sanders in Iowa. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton outlined differences between herself and Sen. Bernie Sanders in Iowa, just weeks before Iowans become the first state in the nation to weigh in on the race for President. "I know that Senator Sanders has been talking about some of the differences that we have, I think that is perfectly appropriate," she said at a rally in Waterloo, Iowa. "I will defend the Affordable Care Act," she said. "He has a different plan, his plan would take Medicare and Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance program and (the) Affordable Care act, and private employer health care insurance -- he would take that and he would take it all together and send health insurance to the states," she said. She also focused on the differences betting the two on gun control. She pointed to a vote in 2005 when Sanders was serving in the House of Representatives, and backed a bill she voted against that limited the liability of gun makers and sellers. The latest Reuters/Ipsos polls shows Clinton with an overall lead of 55.0 percent versus Sanders at 32.9 percent. An NBC/WSJ/Marist poll in Iowa found Clinton holding just a three-point lead among likely voters over Sanders, 48 percent to 45 percent. Iowa holds it caucuses February 1. =======================