Too late, Bernie. She’s already using your “damn emails” line to beat you at the polls:

Sanders also questioned Clinton’s character regarding her flip-flop on the TPP trade deal, her vote to authorize the 2002 Iraq war and the Clinton’s ties to Wall Street.

From the WSJ:

Mr. Sanders said he has long-held positions on issues that weren’t always popular. Asked about Mrs. Clinton’s recent announcement that she opposed a Pacific trade deal she had once backed, among other changes in position, he said that consistency on such issues “does speak to the character of a person.”

He also said that in 2002 he voted against authorizing the U.S. invasion of Iraq, a measure that Mrs. Clinton supported as a New York senator.

“It is important to see which candidates have the courage to cast tough votes, to take on very, very powerful interests,” he said.

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“People should be suspect of candidates who receive large sums of money from Wall Street and then go out and say, ‘Trust me, I’m going to really regulate Wall Street,’ ” Mr. Sanders said.

Keep in mind, Sanders has kept silent on this for two weeks and let Clinton use his temper-tantrum over the emails at the debate in her campaign:

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