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At a campaign event in New York, Hillary Clinton seemed a little fed-up with Bernie Sanders for calling out her big money donations from corporate interests. 

She was confronted by a young climate change activist, who asked her, "Will you act on your words and reject fossil fuel money in your campaign?"

The former First Lady snapped back at Eva Resnick-Day that she's "so sick of" the Sanders campaign lying about the issue.

"I have money from people who work in the fossil fuel [industry]. I am so sick of the Sanders campaign lying about me, I am sick of it," she said.

The video of the moment was posted on YouTube by Greenpeace and it has amassed more than 600,000 views in a day.

Since then, Resnick-Day has responded online and on Twitter, saying she works for Greenpeace USA, not the Sanders campaign.

And she accused Clinton of lying about the contributions. 

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