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>> Hello once again.>> Hillary Clinton breaking a losing streak Tuesday with a slim victory over Bernie Sanders in the Kentucky primary, but a defiant Sandersis coming right back with a win in Oregon. On a night that seemed to sum up the deep divisions within the Democratic Party heading into a tumultuous home stretch.
>> We are in till the last ballot is cast.>>
>> Ginger Gibson is following the story.>> Signs that Sanders is still alive is going to keep his supporters energized despite the fact that he still faces a pretty steep deficit in delegates to Clinton.>> And our campaign has the energy and the enthusiasm.
>> Sanders has racked up several wins in the last few states, and that means he's unlikely to get out despite some nervousness that continues to grow in parts the Democratic Party that his remaining in the race is potentially helping Donald Trump.>> Sanders vowing to take his fight for the nomination all the way to the party's convention in Philadelphia.
The split decision for the Democrats coming on a day when tensions within the party burst into the open, in the aftermath of ugly clashes at the Nevada state convention last weekend. In a, statement Sanders condemning any violence, but saying his Nevada supporters were treated unfairly.