As you might imagine the Bernie Sanders' campaign did not exactly take kindly to that statement.
Courtesy of Mediaite:
In the past three weeks voters in Indiana, West Virginia and Oregon respectfully disagreed with Secretary Clinton. We expect voters in the remaining eight contests also will disagree. And with almost every national and state poll showing Sen. Sanders doing much, much better than Secretary Clinton against Donald Trump, it is clear that millions of Americans have growing doubts about the Clinton campaign.
Of course in order for these last states to make any real difference Sanders would have to win about 75% in each state. And even then he would fall short of the number that he needs to win.
However, if you count super delegates, Hillary is already 95% of the way to the 2,384 number she needs to clinch this thing.
Yes I know that in the minds of Sanders' supporters somehow the top officials from the party that their candidate has been attacking as corrupt for the last several months will suddenly have a change of heart and switch their allegiance to him during the convention allowing him to walk away with the nomination, but for those of us who did not eat a marijuana brownie for breakfast that scenario seems more than a little unlikely.
So yes, as hard as it may be to admit, Hillary Clinton is essentially correct.
P.S. By the way there is a rather interesting article over at Shakesville about exactly how much of Bernie Sanders' success he owes to the Democratic party that he now labels unfair and corrupt.
After you read it perhaps it will help clarify exactly who is being unfair to who.