What a BEEYATCH!!! Let’s discuss now since I’ve wrapped up the party’s nomination. The Devil Is A Liar!!!
Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday that she is willing to “have a discussion” on the role of superdelegates in the Democratic nominating process.
“I think we’re going to have, yeah, we’re going to have a discussion,” she said when asked about superdelegates in an interview with the Washington Post, according to a transcript. “I think that’s something that the [Democratic National Committee] does after every convention.”
“I think we’re going to always try to look to see what we can do to improve the process and to try to, you know, get as many ideas about how to do that as possible,” she said.
Clinton noted that her win over Bernie Sanders was propelled by her lead in the popular vote and among pledged delegates.
The role of superdelegates has been criticized by Sanders and his supporters because they see it as a way of giving establishment Democrats undue influenced in the primary process.
Clinton reached the requisite amount of delegates to clinch the nomination on Tuesday night, in part because of her lead among superdelegates — 574 of whom have backed her, compared with 48 for Sanders.