Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders insisted on Saturday night that the current primary delegate count is fluid, even as Hillary Clinton is set to win the nomination after Tuesday's primaries in California and New Jersey. “I have heard reports that Secretary Clinton has said it’s all going to be over on Tuesday night. I have heard reports that the media, after the New Jersey results come in, are going to declare that it is all over," Sanders said. "That simply is not accurate." He added emphatically: the “Democratic National Convention will be a contested convention.” Per the Associated Press, Clinton is only 67 delegates short of reaching the 2,383 necessary for securing the nomination.
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