Democratic presidential candidates are still looking to secure the nomination for their party. Bernie Sanders has acknowledged it is an uphill fight to overtake front-runner Hillary Clinton while the latter has already proclaimed herself as the nominee. Presidential race voting continues…
Determined to secure the nomination, Sanders continues his bid and has accused the party’s establishment of trying to anoint Hillary Clinton as the nominee for president.
Clinton is increasing her attention towards Donald Trump, saying on Sunday that the rhetoric of the presumptive Republican nominee was dangerous.
Sanders has stated that Americans should not have to choose between “the lesser of two evils” in the Nov. 8 election. Sanders has ignored growing Democratic calls to step aside and repeated his vow to stay in the race until the party’s July 25-28 nominating convention in Philadelphia, despite Clinton’s nearly insurmountable lead in pledged convention delegates who will choose the nominee.
Sanders has also stated that he wanted to do away with the superdelegates – party leaders who are free to support any candidate. Their rush to back Clinton even before votes had been cast amounted to “an anointment process.”