A day after 'Super Saturday', Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says she feels ''really good'' about the direction of her campaign. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton appeared on CBS' Face the Nation program on Sunday morning, where she said she felt positive about the direction of her 2016 presidential campaign. "I've gotten more votes than anybody running on either side. I've gotten more votes than Donald Trump, although I'm sure he doesn't want to hear that," Clinton said. Front-runner Clinton won Louisiana on Saturday and rival Bernie Sanders won in Kansas and Nebraska, in results that slightly expanded Clinton's delegate lead over the U.S. senator from Vermont. Next up for Democrats is a contest in Maine on Sunday and a nationally televised debate on Sunday night from Flint, Michigan, a majority-black and impoverished city that has suffered a health crisis caused by a contaminated water supply.