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Sanders 'Handicapped' in Tuesday Races


Tuesday, 26 Apr 2016 08:04 AM

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is voicing optimism he'll do well in Tuesday's presidential primaries but says "we are handicapped" because the states in play don't allow independents to participate.

Sanders declared on ABC's "Good Morning America" Tuesday that "I don't want to break the bad news to you, but the election is not over yet."

The Vermont senator said "we are going to fight all the way to the Philadelphia convention." But when pressed on whether he'd continue in the race even if rival Hillary Clinton secures enough delegates for the nomination, he said, "We are going to fight through California and then we'll see what happens."

In an interview on CNN Tuesday, he said, "We're in this until the end."

Asked on ABC if he would support Clinton unconditionally if she's the nominee, Sanders said he'd work hard to make sure no Republican wins the White House. But he said he wants know "what the agenda is going to be," if he's not the nominee.


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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is voicing optimism he'll do well in Tuesday's presidential primaries but says we are handicapped because the states in play don't allow independents to participate.
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