Transcript for Bernie Sanders Wins the Wyoming Caucuses
We want to turn now to the race for the white house. Another vote just coming in. Bernie sanders, late Bernie sanders, late today, declared the winner of the Wyoming caucus. The Vermont senator now claiming victory over Hillary Clinton in seven of the last eight states, but the next big fight, right here, in New York. ABC's Mary Bruce has this side of the story from the famed Apollo theater. Reporter: Tonight, with that latest victory, Bernie sanders is vowing to take the fight to the democratic convention. This looks like an audience that wants a political revolution. Reporter: The sanders' campaign now saying if Hillary Clinton does not clinch the majority with pledged delegates before the convention, sanders will contest her nomination. Winning New York in ten days is key to his strategy. If we can win here, it absolutely opens the door to a path toward victory to the white house. Reporter: Sanders is closing in on pledged delegates, with about 45% of them so far, but Clinton is still ahead. I'm going to keep going until I have all of the delegates I need to be nominated. Reporter: In the bronx today, sanders' supporters told me, bring it on. That is a fight that I want. So, you're following Bernie all day long from one rally to another? Yes! That's devotion. Reporter: Sanders crisscrossing his home state with rally after rally. This is Hillary Clinton's adopted home state. Reporter: Clinton making a surprise stop at this Brooklyn diner, enjoying some cheesecake, just not in front of the cameras. Once you get all your pictures, you'll have to move elsewhere so we can actually eat. Reporter: This is sanders' fourth campaign event of the day, here at the Apollo theater. And despite the tough talk of a convention fight, when you look at the Numbers, Bernie sanders still faces a very steep hill to clinching the nomination. We want to turn to the
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