Bernie SandersBernie SandersDem senator: Trump nominees 'sad' The DC bubble is strangling the DNC Who really won the Cold War? Today's politics create doubt. MORE is projected to win the Idaho caucuses, providing a morale boost in his bid to keep his underdog campaign going all the way to the Democratic convention.
But Sanders's victory in the state, which offers 23 delegates on a proportional basis, will do nothing to change pundits’ calculations about his slim chances to win the nomination. As a caucus contest won by then-Sen. Barack ObamaBarack ObamaBush letter to Obama made public for the first time North Korea may be prepping missile launch to test Trump: report Haley ready for UN role despite dearth of foreign policy experience MORE in his 2008 contest against Clinton, Idaho was seen as potentially favorable turf for Sanders.