"If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere." That's what New Yorkers like to say about the Big Apple. And Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton seem determined to test the proposition in next week's presidential primary. He questions her judgment. She says he can't explain his own economic plan. Last night, they traded barbs on criminal justice, US policy on Israel and the power of Wall Street banks. Can Brooklyn-born Bernie pull off an upset, against Hillary – twice elected to the Senate from her adopted home state? We hear from experts on presidential politics, and reporters in the thick of the race.
Annie Karni, Politico (@anniekarni)
Kathleen Hall Jamieson, University of Pennsylvania (@APPCPenn)
Alexander Burns, New York Times (@alexburnsNYT)
Peter Fenn, Fenn Communications / George Washington University (@peterhfenn)