Between attacks on Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton's admission she's not a "natural politician," and Bernie Sanders disingenuously praising Clinton's speech-giving ability, there were plenty of quotable moments at Wednesday's Democratic debate in Florida. Here are 15 of the best:
- Clinton, on Tuesday's primary results: "I was pleased that I got 100,000 more votes last night than my opponent and more delegates."
- Clinton, on the possibility of her being indicted: "Oh for goodness … that is not going to happen. I'm not even going to answer that question."
- Sanders, on Trump: "The American people are never going to elect a president who insults Mexicans, who insults Muslims, who insults women, who insults African-Americans."
- Clinton, on Trump: "You don't make America great by getting rid of everything that made America great."
- Sanders, agreeing with Clinton: "I would not deport children."
- Clinton, on Trump's wall: "He's talking about a very tall wall, right, a beautiful tall wall, the most beautiful tall wall, better than the Great Wall of China … It's just fantasy."
- Sanders, on Clinton's Wall Street speeches: "When you get paid $225,000, that means that that speech must have been an extraordinarily wonderful speech … I would think that a speech so great that you got paid so much money for, you would like to share it with the American people."
- Clinton: "I am not a natural politician, if you haven't noticed, like my husband or President Obama."
- Clinton, on the perception of her as untrustworthy: "Obviously it's painful for me to hear that."
- Sanders: "I want every kid to know if you do your schoolwork, study hard, yes, you will be able to get a college education."
- Clinton: "The government has to stop making money off of lending money to young people to get their education."
- Sanders, on Clinton's statements about lowering student debt: "Thanks for copying a very good idea."
- Clinton: "President Obama had to rescue the economy, and I don't think he gets the credit he deserves for doing that."
- Clinton, on the need to nominate a Supreme Court justice: "Let's remember three words: Bush versus Gore."
- Sanders, closing remarks: "If we stand up and fight back, we can do a lot better."
(A full transcript of the debate can be found here