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Hillary Clinton said she was "breathing a big sigh of relief" but stopped short of claiming victory against Bernie Sanders in the Iowa caucuses.
- called herself a progressive "that gets things done for people"
- said she was looking forward to getting into a debate with her rival Bernie Sanders about "the best way forward"
- condemned the Republicans as "divisive"
- vowed to make college education affordable and "finish the job" of universal healthcare