Clinton, Sanders to face off on Sunday

Presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will go head-to-head on Sunday night for NBC’s Democratic debate.

On Sunday night, three Democratic presidential candidates will take to the stage in South Carolina for the first debate of 2016. Meanwhile, the NFL playoffs will be live, and PBS are airing a new episode of the wildly popular Downton Abbey, which has many commentators questioning who will tune in.

Sunday night’s debate will kick off at 9pm ET, and will be aired on NBC. Lester Holt will be moderating the debate.

You can tune into the debate on your television, online at the NBC News website, over on the NBC News Youtube channel, or through any of the NBC News mobile or smart TV apps.

The debate will be the final one before the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary.

Sanders: Clinton cannot stand up to Wall Street

In an interview on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Wednesday morning, Senator Bernie Sanders said he did not think Hillary Clinton could take on Wall Street.

“Do I think Hillary Clinton or many other senators have shown the courage that is necessary to stand up the Wall Street power? The answer is no,” Sanders told MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski.

“We need a president who now has the courage to stand up to the billionaire class and Wall Street,” he said.

When co-host Joe Scarborough asked Sanders whether Clinton has the courage to stand up to Billionaires, Sanders responded, “Well I’m running for president because I think not.”