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Continuing to fight for the Democratic nomination

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May 23, 2008
With less than a month left until the last presidential primary, Hillary Clinton holds a nearly-insurmountable delegate lead over her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders. As her campaign frequently points out, her nearly-300 pledged delegate lead is greater than the less-than-200 delegates she trailed Barack Obama at the same point in 2008. Despite the long odds, Clinton refused to suspend her campaign until every state voted, which is one of the reasons Clinton hasn't publicly called for Sanders to get out.
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Behind the divide in the Democratic Party

May 19, 2016
John Dickerson | CBS News
CBS News political director and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the discord within the Democratic Party, with Bernie Sanders and party leaders accusing each other of lying about a disputed Nevada convention that ended in chaos.
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Clinton, Democrats Confronting Dangerous Rift Within Party

May 19, 2016
Margaret Talev | Bloomberg Politics
Hillary Clinton’s claim of a narrow victory in Kentucky and Bernie Sanders’s win in Oregon illustrated a deepening rift among Democrats with the potential to hobble the party heading into the general election.
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Clinton says she hopes Sanders will follow her 2008 lead and support her

April 22, 2016
Anne Gearan | The Washington Post
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton declined Thursday to urge challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders out of the primary race, but said she hopes he follows her 2008 model of endorsing and helping her if she defeats him.
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