When asked why he thinks he’s losing in those states, Sanders responded, “Well, because poor people don’t vote“.
“Bernie’s grassroots campaign has now out-raised Secretary Hillary Clinton for three months straight”, said Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver.
Kasich will be speaking Wednesday evening, and Trump will be speaking later in the week.
“The vote was incredible”.
“If you don’t want Donald Trump to win, your choice comes down to this: math”, the ad says. “And I withdrew, I endorsed him, and I then got to work”, Clinton said on Good Morning America. A Fox poll in California showed Trump at 49 percent Cruz is at 23 percent and Kasich at 20 percent.
“Lyin’ Ted. Lies, oh, he lies”. “Only Ted Cruz can beat Donald Trump“. The front-runner and frequent critic of the Republican nominating process has not released a slate, but is engaging the potential delegates. By most accounts, Cruz would have to win more than 100 percent of the remaining delegates to secure the nomination before the national convention, which is being held in July in Cleveland.
Christie flew out to IN for “political” meetings with Trump.
The Sanders campaign reported on April 1 that it had raised $44 million over the course of March.
“To all the people who supported Senator Sanders, I believe there is much more that unites us than divides us”.
The U.S. senator from Texas, once hopeful he could win the nomination without a contested convention, is now conceding a floor fight is his only hope.
“[It would be hard in that case to deny him the nomination] without appearing to have somehow cheated Mr. Trump and an unknown percentage of his voters, who may be angry enough that they punish the country by staying home and letting Hillary Clinton become president”, he offers.
The Pennsylvania primary election is scheduled for this Tuesday.
“Donald, right now, is terrified”.
“If Donald is our nominee, it means we lose and we lose by double-digits”, he says. Plus, why he is campaigning in a state that has always sided with a Clinton – Bill or Hillary.
Currently, the path to victory is pretty bleak for Sanders, who now trails Clinton by 277 pledged delegates and 464 superdelegates. However, she has an edge in so-called “super delegates”, bumping her count to 1,948, over Sanders’ 1,238.
MITCHELL: Will you help persuade your young followers, if she wins the nomination, to follow her the way she campaigned for Barack Obama? At this point according to virtually all of the polls, that candidate is me.