DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) _ Bill Bradley challenged Vice President Al Gore Monday night to demand the president issue an immediate order banning racial profiling, but Gore shot back in campaign debate, ``I don't think President Bill Clinton needs a lecture from Sen. Bill Bradley'' on standing up for blacks and Hispanics.

In their sixth and final debate before next Monday's kickoff Iowa caucuses, the two Democratic hopefuls agreed the Confederate flag should come down from atop the South Carolina statehouse.

Gore went one step further, saying ``it's only the Republican candidates for president'' who disagree because they are ``so scared of the extreme right wing.''