Clinton Urges Sanders to Close Rank Heading Into Pennsylvania Primary

Sanders continues to soldier on, saying he's in the race "until the last vote is cast."
2:02 | 04/26/16

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Transcript for Clinton Urges Sanders to Close Rank Heading Into Pennsylvania Primary
To the democrats, and now Hillary Clinton looking to win big tonight, trying to finally turn the corner for good. Bernie sanders vowing to stay in the race, though, and here's what voters in the three biggest primary states are telling us tonight. When asked, who has the best chance of beating Donald Trump head to head, 66% of democrats say it's Hillary Clinton. More than double the amount for sanders. ABC's David Wright, from Philadelphia tonight. I'm terrific, how are you today? Reporter: Tonight, Hillary Clinton is hoping to close out Bernie sanders' challenge once and for all. This campaign, it's important that people not just give speeches and get everybody riled up, you need to ask them, what are you actually going to do? Reporter: Clinton says it's now time for sanders to close ranks, just as she did after the 2008 primaries. I did not put down conditions. I didn't say, "You know what, if senator Obama does X, Y and Z, maybe I'll support him." Morning! Reporter: But today at Philadelphia's iconic Reading market -- What are you doing here? You're going to get me into trouble. The next president right here. Reporter: Sanders said not so fast. We're in rocky Balboa's hometown. Any chance of a rocky moment? I think that if the voter turnout is high, we stand an excellent chance to win here in Pennsylvania, and some of the other states, as well. Reporter: Are you tired of being asked when you're going to quit? Well, it's an absurd question. And people should listen. We're in this race until the last vote is cast. And David Wright with us tonight. And David, what can you tell us about the Clinton camp, they're feeling strong tonight? Reporter: The Clinton campaign is feeling strong, David. But there's no question that the sanders campaign may be in for a reality check. In fact, sanders' top aide now says that tomorrow they will take a good, hard look at the math, reassess where they stand and determine what they're

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