Transcript for Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton Campaign in New York Primary Battle
They're saying don't. Stay out there. Two hits for Hillary Clinton overnight. Bernie sanders winning the democratic caucus in Wyoming. That would be his seventh victory in the last eight contests. Of course, the big "Snl" swipeover night. Mary Bruce is covering it all. Reporter: Hey, good morning. Bernie sanders is on a roll this morning and bracing far long battle ahead. Cow vouing to take the fight all the way to the democratic convention. The Clinton campaign is getting very nervous. Reporter: This morning, Bernie sanders says Hillary Clinton is feeling the burn. No question in my mind that we have the momentum. Reporter: At least on "Saturday night live" that moment doesn't seem to faze Clinton. I have not won a state in almost three weeks. Because that was the plan. I didn't want to win those. Reporter: If Clinton does not clinch the majority with pledged delegates before the convention, sanders is planning to contest her nomination. Last time I checked, about 220 or so pledged delegates ahead. So we're on the path to the nomination. Reporter: Overnight, sanders highlighting the key to his strategy. Winning here in his native new York. If we win here. If we beat sec care Clinton -- are we going to win? All right. Reporter: The candidates now locked in a fierce battle for the delegate-rich state. Visiting a Brooklyn diner, Clinton was asked about sanders. She didn't bite. I'm sauk cheesecake. Cheese case. Reporter: Sanders has about 45% of pledged delegates so far. Clinton still is in with 55%. His campaign this morning is feeling confident. They are. Zblaul right, Mary.
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