Bernie Sanders seems to be closing the gap on Iowa after four months of campaigning, growing support, big crowds and a rise in the poll numbers. He seems to be chasing the Democratic Party frontrunner Hillary Clinton.
On Saturday Mr. Sanders suggested openly that he thinks Clinton’s campaign is “getting nervous”. Sanders said, “Obviously, I think the secretary’s people are getting nervous about the kind of energy and enthusiasm our campaign is bringing forth.”
Lately it seems Clinton has taken a subtle swipe at both Donald Trump and Sanders. Even though she didn’t name them during an interview at an NBC interview she said “I think you can come with your own ideas and you can wave your arms and give a speech. But are you connecting with and really hearing what people are either saying to you or wishing that you would say to them?”
On a turn of events Clinton said on Saturday that she was only criticizing Donald Trump who leads by 7 points ahead of Sanders. Sander has echoed his government programs to support unions, economic policies, and joined union members and labor leaders when he stopped in Cedar Rapids on Friday. Sanders has capped off a nine event and three day swing in Iowa.