Bernie Sanders has admitted his campaign has lost to front runner Hillary Clinton in a C-SPAN interview today [June 22]. Senator Sanders stated, “It doesn’t appear that I’m going to be the nominee.” He also added he had a meeting with Hillary Clinton in recent weeks and it was “very good.” The Senator continued with the following statement:

Where we are right now, what we are trying to do, which is no secret to anybody, is A) to create the most progressive platform that we possibly can, reflecting the needs of working families and students, and the environment, health care and so forth. And secondly, we are trying to do nothing less than transform the Democratic party.

Sanders also addressed Donald Trump‘s invitation to the quest to defeat Clinton during the interview:

I think the vast majority of the people who voted for me understand that Donald Trump, in a dozen different ways, is literally unfit to be president of the United States.

There’s only a month left until the Democrats are scheduled to hold their national convention in July. Despite Sander’s comments on C-SPAN, he hasn’t dropped out the presidential race. Sander’s nomination depends on the party’s super delegates, many who already said they’re voting for Hillary.