Sen. Bernie Sanders on Sunday called California the “big enchilada” in his bid to overtake Hillary Clinton and claim the Democratic presidential nomination.
Asked on NBC’s “Meet the Press” about his chances of winning, Sanders acknowledged that he needed to do very well in the June 7 primary.
“What I want to do, and I think we can, is win California here, and win under the big vote, do very, very well in the other five states,” Sanders said.
Moderator Chuck Todd asked if his campaign is over if he loses in California.
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