Clinton who emerged from the first southern primary with a clearer path to the nomination.
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He did, however, take a swipe at Clinton for benefitting from a super PAC and refusing - so far - to release transcripts of paid speeches she delivered to Wall Street firms.
With 99 percent of the vote counted, Mrs.Trump by name, Mrs.Sanders running evenly among voters who valued honesty and trustworthiness more than any other candidate qualities, some Clinton allies are deeply concerned that she could struggle with white men in hgtv paint it right sweepstakes the general election, and Republicans like.But in interviews last week, several white Democrats were sharply critical of Mrs."But we do need to make America whole again.".Clinton than reciting his familiar themes decrying Wall Street greed and calling for a 15 minimum wage.Support from African-Americans is going to be the key for Secretary Clinton across the South, and South Carolina is a good indication of that, said former Gov.Sanders noted Democrats in 11 states will pick 10 times more pledged delegates on Super Tuesday than have already been awarded.And it is a moment of redemption for the 2008 candidate, whose campaign against Barack Obama eight years ago reached one of its nastiest points before her big loss in South Carolina that year."But we do need to make America whole again.Sanders has focused his pitch on Super Tuesday states like Minnesota, Massachusetts and his home state of Vermont, where minorities make up a smaller share of the Democratic vote."We are going to compete for every vote in every state, and were not taking anything or anyone for granted.".The South Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary is held on February.Vice President Joe Biden, who would have banked on South Carolina had he decided to seek the White House, congratulated Clinton for her "great victory today."."Tomorrow, this campaign goes national Clinton said, in a speech dominated by her new campaign mantra of breaking down racial, gender and economic barriers, which has been distilled from the experience of tough months on the campaign trail and the stronger-than-expected populist challenge from Sanders.Turnout was about 370,000, according to Edison Research modest compared with the 532,000 ballots cast in the Clinton-Obama primary race here in 2008, and well below the record 743,000 votes cast in South Carolinas Republican primary last Saturday, which.Tomorrow, this campaign goes national!Her triumph was fueled by a massive advantage among African-American voters who overwhelmingly backed Barack Obama in an ugly primary eight years ago.Sanders in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia, which have contests on Tuesday, and, in doing so, move even further ahead of him in their race to capture the 2,383 delegates needed for the Democratic nomination.
Saturday's results appear to validate the Clinton campaign's argument that although Sanders could compete in some early states, he would be unable to match Clinton in less white, more diverse states in the South and the West.