The headline news has both Bernie and Hillary saying neither is qualified to be president.
The brouhaha began when Hillary said in a Daily News interview that Sanders didn't get down to specifics of how he would break up "banks too big to fail."
Having read that article, I came to a similar conclusion. As is The Bern's norm he defaults to his speaking points not to specifics of how he's going to accomplish this important goal which is at the heart of his plan to get Wall Street to fess up to the errors of its ways.
Hillary's point is a legitimate question.
The Bern by contrast at a rally on a college campus, his safe haven these days, was to resort to his talking points accusing Clinton of being a tool of Wall Street even implying she has something to do with the Panama law firm that is under fire for hiding off shore money for the super rich.
It's that venue where The Bern called Hillary "not qualified" to be president. She didn't start this war of words, Bernie did. But what's more telling to me is that Congressman Charles Rangel from NYNY who has been in Congress for decades said he's never had a conversation with Bernie, NEVER!
If Bernie Sanders is serious about his agenda - he needs to be more specific. Hopefully the next debate on April 14th in NYNY will force him to clarify how he plans to accomplish his rather grandiose goals.
But as to whether Hillary is "qualified" to be POTUS - so far she has a 2 million voter edge in people feeling she's met that challenge. But more to the point, her record in government as First Lady of Arkansas, the USA, a US Senator (NY) and as Secretary of State has answered that question affirmatively - agree or disagree with her she has the resume. Bernie does not.
Bernie can hide behind the horde of adoring millennials like the Wizard of Oz but ultimately we all want to know the details of how The Bern will accomplish his ambitious agenda which requires courting members of Congress with whom he has a passing relationship at best.