Hillary Clinton tonight took shots at Bernie Sanders for his continued protestations about the media calling the race for her when, well, he basically has no chance.
The interview with Rachel Maddow was taped before reports declared that she has enough committed delegates to win, and so tonight Maddow asked Clinton about Sanders’ protestations that the media should not call the results after tomorrow.
Clinton said, “I find it perplexing. What he basically seems to be saying is that the will of the people should be overturned.”
She pointed to her significant lead in pledged delegates and actual votes.
And for Sanders to suggest “superdelegates should overturn the will of the people” (something the Sanders of a few months ago would have likely objected to), Clinton was just baffled by it.
Watch above, via MSNBC.
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