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Mon May 16, 2016, 04:53 PM

Brad Friedman: How Bernie Sanders Could Still Win the ​Democratic Nomination

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The Democratic Party may end up nominating Bernie Sanders, particularly if he keeps winning primaries between now and mid-June -- and more polls show Hillary Clinton tied with or losing to Donald Trump in head-to-head matchups.

Is there still a realistic path for Bernie Sanders to secure the Democratic Party's Presidential nomination? My guest today on The BradCast says "Yes!" and explains how it would, could and, in his opinion, should happen.

But first, some breaking news as the state of Maryland decertifies the results of the April 26th primary election in Baltimore, due to a number of troubling and currently unexplained "irregularities" brought to their attention by election integrity advocates; the Obama administration issues historic new regulations concerning the release of methane which, our own Desi Doyen describes as "a very big deal"; and Donald Trump and Paul Ryan meet to smooth over disagreements as the GOP continues to coalesce behind their presumptive Republican nominee.

Then, I'm joined by Huffington Post columnist, attorney, author and University of New Hampshire Asst. Professor Seth Abramson to discuss his latest column headlined: "Bernie Sanders Could Still Win the Democratic Nomination -- No, Seriously".

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Mon May 16, 2016, 05:08 PM

1. I smell desperation in the air.......LOL


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