''Force should be the last response to our foreign policy, not the first,'' said Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, comparing himself to rival Hillary Clinton who voted for the war in Iraq. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders says he and front-runner Hillary Clinton have "a strong difference of opinion regarding to foreign policy" because, Sanders says, Clinton voted for the war in Iraq and he did not. "As Secretary of State she initiated and helped lead the effort to overthrow the government of Libya which brought mass instability to that region," Sanders told a crowd at a campaign rally in Baltimore, Maryland on Saturday (April 23). "Force should be the last response to our foreign policy, not the first," said Sanders. Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton has spent about $15 per vote so far in the race for the party's nomination, less than her rival Bernie Sanders, who spent $22, according to campaign finance reports filed on Wednesday. Clinton's efficiency with money could offset concern among some of her backers that Sanders, the U.S. Senator from Vermont, has outraised her in each of the last two months as he wages a fierce fight to get onto the presidential ballot. The former first lady's campaign has spent a total of $157.8 million since launching last April and has yielded a total of 10.4 million votes in state nominating contests. That includes $28.7 million for 8.7 million votes in March, the filings show.