Shock jock Howard Stern recently interviewed the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for the first time. Clinton spoke candidly in her interview with the colorful broadcaster. When Stern asked Clinton whether she hated Sanders, Clinton replied, “I don’t hate anybody.”

Clinton blamed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I–Vermont) for her loss. She said, “He hurt me there’s no doubt about it, and I hope he doesn’t do it again to whoever gets the nomination. Once is enough.” Clinton said that Sanders did “lasting damage” to her in the 2016 elections.

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She suggested that Sanders won’t be the Democratic presidential candidate in 2020. Sanders rejected Clinton’s accusations. He said that he  “worked as hard as humanly possible” once Clinton won the Democratic nomination. He said,”We did dozens and dozens of rallies around this country.”

Sanders mentioned how they both sat down in 2016 after Clinton’s victory in the primary “to create a 
Democratic platform that was as progressive as it could be, and that ended up happening.” 
“I’m sorry that Hillary Clinton is rerunning 2016,” Sanders said in an interview with Iowa press that
aired Sunday. “I could take out a letter from Hillary Clinton saying, ‘Thank you Bernie for working so
hard to try to make me the President of the United States.’ “