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Bill expects 'unusual outcome'

From NBC/NJ's Matthew E. Berger
ELK POINT, SD -- Former President Bill Clinton said today that he thought there would be an "unusual outcome" to the Democratic primaries, citing the Democratic National Committee meetings in Washington.

"I think that we are going to have an unusual outcome," he said at a front porch rally here, before describing how Florida and Michigan delegates were "eviscerated" by the Democratic Party."

"And we will see what happens," he said. "And Hillary's position has always been that if everybody gets to vote, and everybody's vote is counted, she would accept the will of the Democrats and those who are legally eligible to participate in that process, that we would unify this party and do our best to win in November."