Ahead of his highly anticipated meeting with Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders on Tuesday called for significant reforms to the way the Democratic Party chooses its presidential nominees. The reforms, which would include new leadership at the Democratic National Committee, fall somewhere between suggestions and demands, depending on who you ask. And notably, Sanders told reporters he would be spending the coming weeks fighting for the changes, even brushing off a question about whether he was prepared to endorse Clinton.
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