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Hillary Clinton doesn’t consider herself part of the political establishment.

After fellow Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders painted her as an establishment candidate, Clinton attempted to turn the tables during an interview with with Wolf Blitzer on "The Situation Room."

She argued that Sanders has spent much more time in elected office than she has, and claimed that she doesn't even know what "establishment" means.

On "America's Newsroom," Kevin McCullough said that Clinton isn't a part of the establishment because she's at a level of elitism that outranks the establishment.

"She's part of political royalty," McCullough asserted. "There's a certain amount of trappings with being part of the establishment, but she's taken that to a whole new level, way beyond 'establishment.'"

Jessica Ehrlich said that this goes to show that whether it's the Democrats or the Republicans, most candidates don't want to be seen as part of the establishment.

She explained that Clinton and Sanders are "duking it out" to see who's more left-wing, much as the Republican candidates are on the right.

Watch more above and see a portion of Clinton's "Situation Room" interview below.


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