Former President Bill Clinton told reporters while campaigning Saturday in Girardville, a tiny town in the coal region of northeastern Pennsylvania, that Democrats calling for his wife to drop out of the presidential race should let the remaining states vote.
Clinton told reporters that Leahy (a senator) does not want his wife to compete in states like Pennsylvania because — in his words — "she might win."
"We just need to relax and let this happen. Nobody's talking about wrecking the party," Clinton said. "Everywhere I go, all these working people say, 'Don't you dare let her drop out. Don't listen to those people in Washington, they don't represent us.'"