Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says Michigan Governor Rick Snyder should resign over his handling of the Flint water contamination crisis. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders told supporters in Warren, Michigan on Saturday that Michigan Governor Rick Snyder should resign over his handling of the Flint water crisis. "When you have that kind of dereliction, dereliction in duty, I think the Governor should do the right thing and resign," he said. His comments came ahead of network news projections that Sanders won in Kansas. Voters in Louisiana, Kansas and Nebraska were weighing in on Super Saturday on the race between Clinton, the former secretary of state, and Sanders, a U.S. senator from Vermont. Clinton has opened up a big delegate lead and Sanders might have a tough time making up the difference. All states in the Democratic race award their delegates proportionally, meaning Clinton can keep piling up delegates even in states she loses.