WASHINGTON -- Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley took a swipe at front runner Hillary Clinton on Monday for her "closeness" with Wall Street, offering one of his most direct attacks on that issue so far.
"My proposals go a lot further than Secretary Clinton's," O'Malley told a New Hampshire radio station, WKXL, in an interview that was recorded Sunday but aired Monday.
"Her closeness with big banks on Wall Street is sincere, it's heart-felt, it's long established and well known," O'Malley said of Clinton. "I don't have those ties. I am independent of those big banks on Wall Street."
The former two-term Maryland...