(Washington, DC) -- Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is not throwing in the towel just yet. Sanders and likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton held a meeting for about 90-minutes in a Washington, DC hotel. Both left the hotel without making any comments to reporters.
Meantime, Clinton is projected as the winner of DC's primary. It is the last contest of the 2016 presidential primary season. Senator Sanders is under growing pressure in the Democratic Party to end his campaign. Clinton has been endorsed by President Obama. Sanders will address his supporters in an online video message on Thursday night. In a brief email announcement, Sanders said -- "The political revolution continues."