Sanders distances himself from group backing his WH run

BRIAN SLODYSKO and HUNTER WOODALL Associated Press MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Bernie Sanders said Sunday that outside political groups that can raise and spend unlimited sums backing candidates for public office should be abolished — including those supporting his own bid for the White House. But the Vermont senator stopped short of directly calling on Our Revolution, a political nonprofit he founded, to cease its efforts on behalf of his Democratic presidential primary campaign. "I would think that we should end super PACs right now. So I would tell my opponents who have a super PAC, why don't you end it? And certainly that's applicable to the groups that are supporting me," Sanders said. The remarks, made during a candidate forum with New Hampshire Public Radio, are the first subs
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