Hillary Clinton accepts the Democratic presidential nomination after barely winning Iowa in the closest caucus in the state's history to a challenger characterized as unelectable - U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
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WASHINGTON (The Nil Admirari) - Today, Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic presidential nomination after barely winning Iowa in the closest caucus in the state's history to U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who has been characterized as unelectable. Political observers called Clinton's acceptance of the Democratic presidential nomination "bold and slightly premature."
"Well, that settles who will be the Democratic presidential nominee. No need to go on to any other states. I barely won Iowa in the closest caucus in its history to a man I have publicly accused of being unelectable," said Secretary Clinton to a large crowd of at least two dozen supporters.
Clinton continued, "I accept the Democratic presidential nomination, even though it hasn't been offered yet. I also respectfully await Bernie Sanders' phone call to concede."
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders replied to Secretary Clinton's acceptance of the Democratic presidential nomination by asking, "What the hell is she talking about?"
Clinton asserted Americans could expect more Middle East wars, and a rapid acceleration of the gap between her rich friends and all other Americans.