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Sanders: It Doesn’t Appear That I’m Going To Be The Nominee

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Sanders: It Doesn’t Appear That I’m Going To Be The Nominee

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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders delivers a statement after his meeting with President Obama at the White House in Washington

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said that while he does not think he will be the party’s nominee for the Nov. 8 election, he will likely speak at the Democratic National Convention in July, according to an interview with C-SPAN.

It doesn’t appear that I’m going to be the nominee,” Sanders, a U.S. Senator from Vermont, said in the interview, which is set to air on Wednesday. “If for whatever reason they don’t want me to speak, then whatever. But I do think I’ll speak at the convention.”

Reporting by Alana Wise

Photo: Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders delivers a statement after his meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama (not pictured) at the White House in Washington, U.S. June 9, 2016. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

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6 Comments

    1. Insinnergy June 23, 2016

      I see you’ve become incoherent, sad troll.

      Reply
  1. Lynda Groom June 22, 2016

    Wow, just wow!

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  2. larm007 June 22, 2016

    I think it is a bloody shame. Were we to have truly fair elections (no one purged off voting rolls, no one learning that their party affiliation was somehow changed, all citizens being allowed to vote in primaries, number of polling places not being reduced, absentee and provisional ballots get counted, exit polling being ‘discontinued’, etc.) I believe in my heart of hearts, that Bernie would have won. This is not sour grapes. We are still waiting for an additional 2 million votes in CA to be counted. Technology exists to rig voting machines and corporate America does not want to see Bernie win. GW ‘won’ because of voting fraud (way different than voter fraud, which if it did indeed exist, would be minuscule and certainly couldn’t or wouldn’t change election results). All that said, he is still the sanest candidate, a real representative of the people over corporations and is not a war hawk.

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    1. FireBaron June 23, 2016

      Sure he could have won. All his supporters would have had to do is play by the rules in their home states and register as Democrats.

      Sorry, dude, but this is a club system. You wanna vote for the leaders of the club? You gotta join and pay your dues.

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