WASHINGTON — Bernie Sanders says he and Hillary Clinton are set to talk Tuesday evening after the final Democratic presidency primary about “her campaign” and whether it reflects his progressive agenda.
Sanders says defeating presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump is his first priority.
Clinton last week clinched the nomination and won President Barack Obama’s endorsement.
The last primary is Tuesday in the District of Columbia.
Sanders tells NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he wants to make sure Clinton commits to his priorities such as a minimum wage increase and climate change reform.
Sanders says after “we have that kind of discussion,” he’ll make decisions on when and whether to quit the race.
Sanders has some clout over the party agenda. He controls a big chunk of the delegates to the party’s convention.