Bernie Sanders in Seattle, Washington state this weekend

Bernie Sanders in Seattle, Washington state this weekend

Bernie Sanders in Seattle, Washington state this weekend

Sanders' Campaign Manager Jeff Weaver and campaign Senior Strategist Tad Devine told reporters this week that while the primary results presently give Clinton the edge in the Democratic race, they believe her campaign has hit its "high water mark" in terms of a pledged delegate lead.

Sanders is giving no sign of any intention to give up, and he remaining in the race might even be to Clinton's benefit should she win the nomination. He again noted that large states such as California and New York, as well as other West Coast states like Washington and Oregon where the campaign believes he will do well, still have not had their say.

"The reason that I think Donald Trump is not going to become president of the United States, that I am quite sure of is because the American people will not elect a candidate that lies all the time", Sanders said.

Still, Sanders' campaign is pushing hard to gain voter support in Arizona and the other states holding Democratic caucuses on Tuesday, Idaho and Utah.

Democratic candidates must win 2,383 delegates to secure the party's nomination.

The Honeywell warehouse employee said he sees a brighter future for his 3-year-old son under a Sanders presidency given the candidate's promises of single-payer health care and free college. "There's one ad that's been run against her that was particularly effective with you all", Luntz said, showing the ad below. But what is striking is the change in attitudes towards Mrs Clinton among those voters, and her struggle to win them over.

Though I prefer Ted Cruz, if it comes down to a choice between Trump vs. Clinton, I'll vote for Trump. Ohio was the only state that Trump lost to Ohio Governor John Kasich. The good news for Trump is that he easily beats Cruz for the state's 95 delegates by more than 50 points: 64 - 12.

President Barack Obama has reportedly told select Democratic donors that the party will have to coalesce under the candidacy of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sooner than later.

Her campaign aides boasted Sunday that she now has collected campaign money from more than 1 million donors. Many of Sanders' voters do not trust Clinton.

"We think from now on out, we are having states that, everything being equal, we stand a chance to do well in. We have something happening that actually makes the Republican Party probably the biggest political story anywhere in the world", Trump said.

 

Despite Trump's lead, he is not expected to have enough delegates to clinch the nomination before Republicans hold their national convention in Cleveland in July.

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