[Ed. – Maybe her frontal assault on Sanders for calling her a liar.]
The Iowa caucuses on February 3 may not be the beginning of the end of the presidential race. But they are the end of the beginning. After thousands of speeches, rallies, phone calls, TV ads, fundraisers, social media hits and door knocks, some Americans will finally vote for president and have their ballots counted next Monday.
A flood of polls and endorsements signal the coming of caucus day in Iowa. A new New York Times poll of potential caucus participants had good news for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), while newspaper endorsements in the state gave boosts to Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and former Vice President Joe Biden.
The New York Times headline for its Iowa poll, “Sanders Seizes Lead in Volatile Iowa Race,” is a good summary of the state of the race there.