WASHINGTON TIMES — Hillary Clinton on Thursday effectively declared the Democratic presidential primary over and guaranteed that she will be the nominee for her party.
Speaking to CNN, the former first lady said it’s time for Sen. Bernard Sanders to accept reality and begin working to unify the party.
“I will be the nominee for my party. … That is already done, in effect. There is no way I won’t be,” Mrs. Clinton said.
Tensions between the Clinton and Sanders campaigns have hearted up since Sanders supporters disrupted the Nevada state Democratic convention Saturday, and some of those supporters issued threats toward the state’s Democratic Party chairwoman.