Bernie Sanders' movement for a political revolution is reaching a crossroads even as he is vowing to campaign against Hillary Clinton through the June primaries.
The Vermont senator says after losses to Clinton in Tuesday's primaries in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and Connecticut that he will seek as many delegates as possible to "fight for a progressive party platform." He acknowledges in an interview with The Associated Press that he has a "very narrow path" to the nomination.
He says he will fight for every delegate and says in the interview that "if I do not win" he will bring delegates to the convention who will fight for a progressive agenda.
Sanders won the Rhode Island primary and now has more than 1,300 delegates though he significantly trails Clinton.