Bernie Sanders' campaign manager was on CNN last night discussing Sanders impressive win in the Wisconsin primary.
Host Jake Tapper said that for the most part the two candidates have been pretty civil to each other, "but generally it's been fairly above board, especially compared to the Republicans. Are you prepared for a brass knuckles, tough campaign - more difficult charges and accusations?"
Jeff Weaver replied, "Absolutely, the Senator has tried to run on an issues oriented campaign, obviously the contrast will become sharper of late. We're fully prepared to engage in that environment if they want to, but this is what I would say to them. Which is, don't destroy the Democratic party to satisfy the Secretary's ambitions to become the president of the United States." "We want to have a party that we can unify."
Tapper played devil's advocate and said the Clinton campaign felt like she's been impugned by the Sanders campaign or what she calls an "artful smear."
Weaver followed up by calling her out on the way she raises money, reiterating his claims that she will not be in a position to "regulate those people."