Hillary Clinton says her campaign is working closely with the New York State Board of Elections to fix Bernie Sanders' name disappearing from ballot.
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ALBANY, NEW YORK (The Nil Admirari) - Earlier today, the New York State Board of Elections confirmed reports the name of Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont had disappeared from the state's Democratic primary ballot. The rival presidential campaign of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton assured New York Democrats and Sanders supporters it was working closely with the elections board to fix the situation in time for the state's April 19th primary election.
"My campaign is deeply disturbed by the disappearance of Bernie Sanders' name from the New York Democratic primary ballot. I will do everything in my power to fix this absolutely terrible situation," declared Hillary Clinton.
Secretary Clinton continued, "This may just be a sign that Bernie Sanders isn't from around here, and hasn't been for a long time. He should probably just skip the New York primary, because this is my state and he can't win."
"All the polls show I am in the lead in New York, and I can assure everyone that will not be changing if me and my bankster friends have anything to say about it. Everyone loves me in New York," explained Clinton.
An unidentified member of the press asked Secretary Clinton for a reply to Bernie Sanders accusation the disappearance of his name from the ballot was the fault of her and her campaign.
"I am sick and tired of Bernie Sanders and his lies. He needs to get out of my state, and stop trying to take the White House from me. It's my turn," replied Clinton.