It didn’t take long for the moderators at tonight’s Democratic primary debate to get into the data breach that occurred earlier this week—Bernie Sanders received the first question of the night about it. “Our staff did the wrong thing,” Sanders said.

Before apologizing, Sanders emphasized that his campaign had also discovered Clinton campaign data through a similar glitch two months prior, placing responsibility on the DNC’s data vendor for its repeated security holes.

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Clinton responded by accepting the apology. Meanwhile, presidential candidate Martin “Who?” O’Malley used his time to respond to direct people to MartinOMalley.com.

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