While Sanders is still refusing to endorse Clinton and is trying to moveÂ his progressive agenda on the Democratic Party, Clinton is well into theÂ general election.
It seems that Bernie Sanders could not publicly accept the defeat from Clinton yet, even as the world and probablyÂ himself can see thatÂ his path to the Democratic presidential nomination is (has) disappeared. Somewhere onÂ his way, it seems like thatÂ he in a way overplayedÂ hisÂ hand and used most if not all ofÂ his political capital that will be needed ifÂ he is to continue pushing for policies and procedures onto the Democratic agenda.
â€śWe’re already way past the maximum point of leverage that he and his movement built up. It’s definitely dissipating every day,â€ť said Joe Trippi, a Democratic strategist and veteran of presidential campaigns.
There was a momentum for Bernie andÂ his campaign on 9 of April in Wyoming, afterÂ heÂ has previously won 6 straight contest. But after that muchÂ has changed. By losing seven out of the last nine including theÂ heavy defeat in the District of Columbia. A week earlier ClintonÂ has already clinched the nomination in California.
Sanders yesterday came closer than ever in endorsing Clinton according to Bloomberg, whenÂ he said thatÂ he is ready to take a roll in defeating Trump in November.
WillÂ he publicly appear and officially endorse Clinton its up to us to wait and see.