U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he still sees a path to victory despite calls from party front-runner Hillary Clinton to quit the race. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said he still sees a path to victory on Sunday (May 1), despite calls from party front-runner Hillary Clinton to quit the race. "There are ten states and some other contests coming up. We think we're strong in many of those states," the U.S. senator from Vermont told CBS's "Face the Nation". "We think we have a chance to win the majority of pledged delegates. It's an uphill fight, I admit it," he said. Sanders also said he would make the case to superdelegates to support him in states where he won by a large margin. "There are many superdelegates, rather incredibly, who are supporting Secretary Clinton in states that we have won 60, 70 percent of the vote," he said. Clinton on Sunday told CNN's "State of the Union" that Sanders has been "helpful" in bringing millions of people into the party's presidential race, but it was time for him to step aside.