Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders traded shots on the debate stage Sunday night in South Carolina.
FOX's Gurnal Scott has more from Charleston:
Sanders and Clinton, while praising Democratic progress, spent time emphasizing their differences. Health care was one of those back-and-forths. Clinton praised Obamacare, saying its the universal care she fought for.
(Clinton) "We've accomplished so much already, I do not want to see the Republicans repeal it."
But Sanders says there's more that Clinton isn't saying about america's health status.
(Sanders) "Not just that 29 million still have no health insurance... that even more are under-insured."
Differences on that, guns and other issues punctuated this last debate before Iowa.
Gurnal Scott, FOX News.