Harry Reid says Sanders has no path to the nomination

WASHINGTON - Bernie Sanders has won the Democratic presidential primary in Rhode Island offering the Vermont senator modest gains in the race against front-runner Hillary Clinton

In an interview with the New York Times, Sanders said "hundreds" of staffers would be laid off.

"I'm not going to commit... you have to look at the best candidates you can", he said. But then he should be an enthusiastic supporter of Secretary Clinton and the party's platform.

The Sanders email, signed by campaign manager Jeff Weaver and carrying the subject line "Trump", does not elaborate on the photo.

Clinton has also closed state field offices after primaries have taken place.

Again, it is the non-Democratic identifiers who support Sanders who are now the most unwilling to move towards Clinton in a race against Trump. Admission is free and open to the public, and bags will not be allowed at the event.

FAA records show the plane was re-registered on Friday to a new owner, DT Endeavor I LLC, a limited liability company controlled by Trump. "The great achievement is, he has gotten them out to vote".

Other delegates include Walker's wife, Tonette Walker, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, Attorney General Brad Schimel and state Assembly Speaker Robin Vos. He has vowed to compete until the final District of Columbia primary in June. "It's whether the Democratic establishment is going to bring our party together by embracing our fight", Chamberlain said. He's hoping for a solid victory in Pennsylvania, though the state's unique ballot could make it hard for any candidate to win a big majority.

The campaign is downsizing from its current 550-member team to between 325 and 350 workers, said Weaver, who added that at one point the Sanders' staff numbered more than 1,000.

But he named Elizabeth Warren as "a real champion in standing up for working families, taking on Wall Street".

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid said Tuesday that Bernie Sanders can't win the Democratic nomination, but he won't call on the Vermont senator to quit the race. "When he said, 'Bad judgment, ' I said, 'Sound bite!'"

"I am very good in arithmetic, and I can count delegates, and we are behind today", he said. Overall, only about 55 percent of respondents were enthusiastic about the choice they had made, Weller says (though 60 percent of Clinton supporters were enthusiastic about their choice). This time, though, he'd back Stein, he said. Politicians "don't listen to people if they are not involved".

Cruz will campaign in Knightstown on Tuesday.

First, he'll stop at Purdue University for a town hall. "I'm not over there running television ads", he said, referring to Indiana.

A USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll released Monday found four in 10 backers of Sanders weren't sure whether they would vote for Clinton, while 13% of them said they'd vote for Trump instead. He has the highest negative ratings of any of the candidates included in the survey: 74 percent have an unfavorable view of Trump compared with 17 percent who have a favorable view of the billionaire businessman.

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