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Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders gave dueling, fiery speeches as race goes down to the wire

Neither Hillary Clinton nor Bernie Sanders declared victory in Iowa on Monday night, but both hailed their caucus performances as successes. The former secretary of state and US senator from Vermont both delivered fiery speeches as results continued to show Clinton and Sanders in a dead heat. By 11:30 CT, Clinton had 49.8% of the vote and Sanders had 49.6%, according to the Iowa Democratic Party.
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