Both Biden and Sanders want to boost Social Security benefits. So why are they fighting on the issue?

The platforms of the Democratic presidential contenders almost unanimously call for Social Security benefit hikes. Yet two leading candidates are at odds over whose intentions are more genuine. Meanwhile, new comments from President Trump prompted concerns that he could introduce cuts. Here's a look at what where the candidates really stand.

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