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Sanders vows to prevent Trump being elected US President

Sanders vows to prevent Trump being elected US President Sanders vows to prevent Trump being elected US President
Stacy Diaz | 13 June, 2016, 17:31

Clinton has a majority of delegates in the Democratic primaries, but, Obama's announcement came only after he met with her opponent, Bernie Sanders announced he will continue to campaign for the party's nomination.

He said he still planned to compete in the Washington, DC, primary election on June the 14th, but that he looked forward to discussing with Mrs. Clinton how they can work together to defeat Mr. Trump.

"He's raised some questions both the Democrats and the Republicans have to answer", said Dan McAllister, 60, a clergyman from South Burlington who was operating a booth for a friend's church not far from Sanders' Senate and campaign offices.

If Clinton and Warren team up, it would be the first time in history, there would be an all-female presidential ticket. "And I've seen her determination to give every American a fair shot at opportunity, no matter how tough the fight - that's what's always driven her, and still does".

The endorsement energizes Clinton's campaign as she turns her attention to presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Hillary Clinton seeks to offer a stark contrast between her vision for America and that of Donald Trump's in a television ad released on Sunday, which is set to air in battleground states over the next several weeks.

Sanders faces questions about whether he will back Clinton and when he may end his bid.

He said his campaign would be fully engaged in the Washington, D.C., primary election next week, the final of the primary season.