Democratic presidential candidate Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders dodges question on FBI investigation into his wife Major progressive group rolls out first incumbent House endorsement A bipartisan consensus against 'big pharma' is growing in Congress MORE is huddling with Al Sharpton as he looks to make inroads with African-American voters ahead of the South Carolina primary.

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Sanders, fresh off a huge win over Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonAmazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods underscores the threat posed by ‘big data’ Pro-Trump group blasts 'rigged' Russia probe in ad starring Tomi Lahren Trump believes Russia 'probably' behind election hacking MORE in New Hampshire on Tuesday, is focusing on the Palmetto State, where Clinton has consistently polled stronger among black voters.

The two leaders met at Sylvia's, a famed soul food restaurant, in New York City's Harlem on Wednesday morning.

Sharpton embraced Sanders outside the breakfast spot Wednesday before heading inside. They were joined by former NAACP president Ben Jealous, who endorsed Sanders last week, and posted a photo of the pair.

 
Sharpton will also sit down with Clinton on Wednesday to pre-tape an interview for MSNBC, according to the Daily Beast.