Bernie Sanders Raises More Than $5 Million After Winning New Hampshire Primary

Hillary Clinton admitted she has a lot of work to do especially with young voters.
3:41 | 02/10/16

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Meantime on the democratic side tonight we are one on one with Bernie Sanders after his major victory over Hillary Clinton by 22 points. Here in New York City today visiting Harlem and since his victory last night raising more than five million dollars in just 24 hours. Secretary Clinton here in New York as well huddling with their team now conceding she is a lot of work to do especially among young voters. Tonight ABC's Cecilia Vega asking Bernie Sanders if the next battles in Nevada and South Carolina were held tonight. Could he beat Clinton and Cecilia got a very honest answer. Today in Harlem a hero's welcome for Bernie Sanders. Hopes from the Reverend Al Sharpton. Breakfast at the iconic soul food restaurant Sylvia. Sanders reaching out for African American support hoping to build on the momentum from his big win. Photos. And I said. Well Sanders now vowing to take his political revolution full word. And now excellent the South Carolina and beyond. But today when I out this stark admission if the election were tomorrow do you think you could win South Carolina and Nevada now. Fortunately for us election's comfortable. He faces an uphill climb in those states were a large portion of the democratic vote is black and Latino it explains his visit to Harlem today. Trying to match Hillary Clinton strong support in those communities. Do you really think. You can beat her on their polls that show you behind by 40% when it comes to nonwhite voters I'm not the annoying the we have got a lot of work in. In front of us. What we have already close the gap. Within the African American Latino communities. Hillary Clinton now fighting hard for those voters last yet to face up to the hard truth of injustice and systemic. Racism in New Hampshire Hillary Clinton putting on a brave face and defeat. Now we take this and made the entire country. We are going up I can't well. But today Clinton off the trail her team trying to figure out how she managed to lose women voters 44 to 55%. And young people sixteen to 83%. Clinton already trying till brings them. I know I have some work to do. Particularly with young people that I will repeat again what I have said this way. Eye the haven if they are not supporting me now I support them but today on the view. Sanders paying Hillary Clinton a compliment during a little game of campaign word association. Donald Trump what can I use of the get nice time and I can't hair. Intelligent yeah. To see leaving it would a slot tonight here in New York very tough loss for Hillary Clinton and you're learning that. Tonight her top aides are calling key supporters to tell them the campaign is ready for the next fight. That's David there were calls today to donors there are calls to supporters on Capitol Hill these aides trying to ease concerns after what happened in New Hampshire. The big question right now though is what happens next these aides privately are saying they're heading to South Carolina in good shape but they are worried about what could happen in Nevada Davis a right to suit either you're with us again tonight the silliest thing Q.

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