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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders addresses a primary night election rally in Carson, California, May 17, 2016.  
Sanders scored a decisive victory over Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary in Oregon, boosting his argument for keeping his underdog campaign alive through the conclusion of the primary process.  Several US networks called the Pacific northwest state for the liberal Sanders, who was leading the former secretary of state 53 percent to 47 percent. Earlier in the night, Clinton claimed victory in an extraordinarily tight race in the state of Kentucky. (ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders addresses a primary night election rally in Carson, California, May 17, 2016. Sanders scored a decisive victory over Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary in Oregon, boosting his argument for keeping his underdog campaign alive through the conclusion of the primary process. Several US networks called the Pacific northwest state for the liberal Sanders, who was leading the former secretary of state 53 percent to 47 percent. Earlier in the night, Clinton claimed victory in an extraordinarily tight race in the state of Kentucky. (ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)
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Bernie Sanders won last night's primary in Oregon and Hillary Clinton claimed victory in a race that's officially too close to call in Kentucky. He issued a statement denouncing chair-throwing and threats from some of his supporters, but Democratic Party officials say he's not speaking out forcefully enough. Here & Now political analyst Angela Rye speaks with Here & Now's Robin Young about the divisions in the party.

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This segment aired on May 18, 2016.

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