Caro time to celebrate hillary clintons victory! #VoteBernie2016 pic.twitter.com/xJ5iG4rkQt — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 13, 2016
#hillaryclinton Hillary is running out of time to win her first ever Presidential Primary, but #berniesanders is counting on Bernie 바카라to be a beacon to Americans that we can unite behind. — Brian Fallon (@brianefallon) March 13, 2016
I바카라n response to a Hillary Clinton campaign spokesman responding to the Clinton campaign announcing Hillary had an insurmountable lead in the race, the Daily Kos called it “prestigious.”
Hillary Clinton’s latest announcement says she has 2,174 pledged delegates – more than enough to win, despite her opponent’s pledge to get over the 1,237 number. However, Sanders’ backers have already had plenty to work with, with a number of endorsements from former White House candidates John McCain and Hillary Clinton. But while Clinton has now claimed over 2,700 delegates (compared to 1,227 for Sanders), that number is not really impressive. The superdelegates were the only ones to get something out of the deal. Hillary Clinton has also announced her biggest supporter from Washington, D.C., the superdelegate, Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Despite Bernie Sanders’ supporters’ best efforts at getting an endorsement, and his own 바카라사이트words of support, the superdelegates and other key figures in the Democratic Party have already said they aren’t planning on coming out for the real Hillary Clinton — they are going with Sen. Bernie Sanders.