Clinton: ‘I Did Not Put Down Conditions' Before Supporting Obama in 2008

Clinton dismissed the notion that she needs to adopt some Sanders' positions to unite the party

Hillary Clinton on Monday dismissed the notion that she needs to adopt some of Bernie Sanders' positions to unite the party if she becomes the Democratic nominee, arguing during an MSNBC town hall that she has millions more votes and more specific proposals than her rival, NBC News reported.

But Clinton declined to call on Sanders to drop out if the primaries end and he is still trailing her in pledged delegates.

In an appearance on "Meet The Press" on Sunday, Sanders acknowledged he has only a "narrow path" to the Democratic presidential nomination. But he said it will be Clinton's responsibility to win over his supporters if she captures the nomination.

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