Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks during a campaign event, Monday, April 4, 2016, in Milwaukee, Wis.
Photo: Paul Sancya
Photo: Paul Sancya

Bernie Sanders gives few details on Wall Street plans in New York Daily News interview

According to interview transcripts published by the outlet, Sanders gave few details when asked how his proposed policies would actually work. Sanders has made breaking up big financial institutions a central part of his platform — but he couldn't tell the Daily News precisely how he would accomplish that or what the immediate consequences of that break-up would be.

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Sanders also waffled on President Obama's counterterrorism policies and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The senator did give stronger answers on other issues, like free trade and education reform.

It's not clear whether the interview will have any lasting impact on Sanders' campaign: He has typically focused on rhetoric and ideals rather than policy specifics. 

>> Read the transcripts here

>> Listen to the audio here

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