US Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders celebrates win over Hillary Clinton in West Virginia primary but recognises their shared goal. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
NATURAL ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton on Tuesday in West Virginia's primary, winning over voters deeply skeptical about the economy and signaling the difficulty Clinton may have in industrial states in the general election. The loss slows Clinton's march to the nomination, but she is still heavily favored to become the Democratic candidate in the Nov. 8 election. During a campaign speech in Salem, Oregon Sanders told supporters that while there many difference between him and Clinton, they both agree on defeating Donald Trump. Sanders has vowed to take his campaign all the way to the Democrats' July 25-28 convention in Philadelphia, and wants a say in shaping the party's platform.