Bernie Sanders does have the right number of supporters to be the democratic nominee. His support base has been growing in numbers since the beginning of the primary season and there is enough where it could threaten Hilary's nomination at the upcoming convention set for this summer. Sanders has a strong possibility of overtaking her at the convention and become the nominee despite the formal primary process being over.
This primary election has been one of the closest we have ever had. Bernie and Hillary have been battling each other tooth and nail to obtain that coveted Democratic nomination. Bernie is not short of supporters and he has won just as many states as Hillary. I believe that Hillary and Bernie should be on the same ticket. That is the only way they defeat Trump, through unity.
Bernie Sanders has not won enough delegates to win the nomination, no matter how many supports he has garnered. Hillary Clinton has won the most votes and states, and deserves the nomination. Sanders ran a good campaign and fought for his causes, but he has come up short this year.
No, Bernie Sanders does not have enough supporters to be the Democratic nominee because Hillary Clinton has surpassed the necessary number of delegates required to clinch the nomination. The top Democratic leaders have endorsed Hillary Clinton and at this point, there is no chance that Bernie Sanders can win the nomination from Hillary Clinton.