Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders refutes charges by Republican rival Donald Trump that Sanders is sending protesters to disrupt Trump's rallies. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders denied sending protesters to disrupt the campaign rallies of Republican rival Donald Trump, saying, "that's not what we do." Trump leveled the accusation against the Sanders campaign in a tweet, but Sanders told the CBS' news program, Face the Nation, that "Donald Trump lies a whole lot." Sanders is competing with Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for Hispanic votes next Tuesday in Florida, a state where about one-fourth of the population is Latino. The two spent much of their second debate last Thursday currying the favor of Florida's Latinos, and that of the Hispanic audience watching nationwide. While Florida is next Tuesday's biggest prize, contests will also be held in other states heavy in delegates: Illinois, North Carolina and Ohio.