Immigration reform, emails and what happened in Michigan were just some of the questions Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton fielded Wednesday in the last scheduled Democratic debate.
Both Clinton and Sanders -- who was fresh off his upset win in the Michigan Democratic primary -- were put on the hotseat by moderators Jorge Ramos and Maria Elena Salinas of Univision, and Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post.
The trio didn’t let the candidates off without at least attempting to get an answer to the questions asked, often telling the pair they did not answer the question asked.
And the questions were tough. For Clinton, they asked why she suffers from a lack of trust among voters, if she would drop out of the race if she is indicted over her email issues, and if she lied to the families of the victims in the raid in Benghazi, Libya.
For Sanders, the questioners asked about hard numbers for the plans he has put forward for health care and free college, and showed a video in which he is seen praising Cuba's former leader, Fidel Castro.
Here are some of the highlights from the debate.
Clinton on her emails
Is Donald Trump a racist?
Rejecting children from Latin America
Auto bailout, Part 2
Most off-topic, yet most commented on issue
Bernie Sanders suit – is it brown, black or dark blue. It’s the blue/gold/white internet dress all over again.