Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders condemns what he called the ''hatred and bigotry'' against Mexicans from rival candidates during a campaign rally in Arizona. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders condemned what he called the "hatred and bigotry" embraced by rival candidates for the White House during a campaign rally in Tucson, Arizona on Saturday. Sanders focused on issues that are most important to Hispanic voters in an attempt to win supporters. After losing all five primaries on Tuesday (March 15) to rival Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, Sanders said he would do better in upcoming contests in western states. Primary elections will be held Tuesday (March 22) in Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Alaska and American Samoa.