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New York primary: Sanders tells Penn State Clinton is ‘nervous’

New York primary: Sanders tells Penn State Clinton is ‘nervous’

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is telling thousands of supporters at Penn State that his rival Hillary Clinton is “getting a little bit nervous” by his recent string of wins.

Sanders addressed the boisterous crowd in Pennsylvania Tuesday as New Yorkers voted in their state’s crucial presidential primary.

Earlier, in an interview with The Associated Press, Sanders said he expects his campaign will “surprise” people and do “a lot better than people think.”

He dismissed claims by the Clinton campaign that his path to victory is “close to impossible,” saying “that’s what people who are getting nervous will say.”

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