Former presidential contender Bernie Sanders campaigned for nominee Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, saying she understands criminal justice reform. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
WARNING - QUALITY AS INCOMING ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Former presidential contender Bernie Sanders campaigned for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire on Monday (September 5), saying his former rival takes criminal justice reform seriously. "Hillary Clinton understands that our criminal justice system is broken and that there is something wrong when we are spending $80 billion a year to imprison 2.2 million fellow Americans. She will fight for real criminal justice reform, not something that has ever occurred to Donald Trump," Sanders told a crowd in Manchester. The two major parties' nominees opened the final, two-month stretch of the campaign on Monday. The Labor Day holiday is the traditional kickoff to the frenzied, last stretch of campaigning ahead of the November 8 election, and both Trump and Clinton chose to begin their day in Cleveland.