But the Vermont Senator Sanders has vowed to fight until the party convention. Mrs Clinton holds a commanding lead in the delegate count. Democratic leaders are concerned about party unity after a clash between officials and Sanders supporters at a party convention in Nevada over the weekend. Hillary Clinton's insistence that the race for the Democratic nomination is effectively over is supported by delegate maths, but it will do little to quell the growing acrimony between her supporters and those of Bernie Sanders.
Sanders would keep campaigning all the way to the Democratic convention in July (focusing then on getting superdelegates to swing to his side), and suggest that Sanders himself is either "delusional" or intent on burning the party to the ground. His handling of a recent controversy involving Nevada delegates has inflamed those fears.
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