Sanders pressured to quit White House race as Clinton weighs VP picks

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders talks to his supporters during a Community Conversation on Young Men of Color event in Baltimore, Maryland on April 23, 2016Bernie Sanders fended off pressure Sunday to bow out of the race for the White House, as his rival, Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton, weighs potential runningmates. The New York Times reported that Clinton’s advisers and allies have begun extensive discussions on a potential vice presidential candidate, and are putting together a list of 15 to 20 prospects. Clinton has described what sort of person would fit the bill, and has set objectives for the search, the Times said.

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