Sanders To Address Supporters Via Video Live Stream Thursday

AP

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is slated to address supporters with a video live stream on Thursday night, his campaign confirmed Tuesday.

“He will speak directly to supporters about how the revolution continues,” campaign spokesman Michael Briggs said in an email to TPM.

The video address is scheduled for two days after Tuesday’s Democratic primary in the District of Columbia, the final contest of the primary season. Sanders still has not signaled whether he will concede the nomination to Hillary Clinton, the party’s presumptive nominee.

While the exact time for the address isn’t set, Briggs said the stream would be available to anyone who signs up on the campaign’s website.

ABC News first reported the event.

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