U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders tells rally-goers in Lexington, Kentucky, that the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump will never become president. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders told rally-goers in Lexington, Kentucky, on Wednesday (May 5) that the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump would never become president. "I know that there is a lot of nervousness around this country that Donald Trump may become president. Ain't gonna happen!" Sanders cried, as the crowd erupted in cheers. The U.S. Senator from Vermont said polls showed him far ahead of Trump, a New York billionaire, in several polls. He also said that "the American people will never elect a candidate who insults people every single day in incredibly ugly ways." Sanders was speaking fresh off his win against Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's Indiana primary. However, Clinton still looks set to win her party's nomination, leading Sanders by more than 800 delegates. Trump's win in Indiana on Tuesday pushed his rivals out of the race and left him as the presumptive nominee.