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VERBATIM: Sanders says 'there is nothing to concede'

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There's nothing to concede. Secretary Clinton will not have the requisite number of pledged delegates to win the democratic nomination. She will be dependent on super delegates, they vote in July 25th. The point that we are gonna make to all of the delegates is that every poll out there that I have seen, including recent polls right here in California make it clear that Bernie Sanders is a much stronger candidate against Donald Trump.
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We have got to defeat Trump, and the case to be made to all of the delegates and the American people wanna beat Trump, Bernie Sanders is the strongest candidate.