WASHINGTON (AP) – Hillary Clinton is questioning Bernie Sanders’ ability to get things done.
The Democratic presidential candidate’s comments came after a drubbing by Sanders in Wisconsin on Tuesday. The two are pivoting to upcoming contests in New York and Pennsylvania.
Clinton Wednesday is telling the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO convention in Philadelphia that people are “hungry for solutions and leadership and that is what I am offering.”
Sanders beat Clinton in Wisconsin Tuesday by 13 percentage points. But the former secretary of state still holds a lead in all-important delegates, with 1,279 delegates to Sanders’ 1,027.
It takes 2,383 delegates to win the Democratic presidential nomination.