Sanders supporters grapple with Clinton endorsement

Sanders supporters grapple with Clinton endorsement

Democratic presidential candidate Sen.

Bernie Sanders finally endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.

"Bernie Sanders, who has lost most of his leverage, has totally sold out to Crooked Hillary Clinton", Trump wrote on Twitter. He praised Sanders' speech but said he personally isn't ready to endorse Clinton, citing her positions on trade and criminal justice. What did Sanders' insurgency tell America about itself? WSJ's Jason Bellini reports. Indeed, it's quite possible - though far from certain - that the Sanders platform could be the future of the Democratic Party.

Denver resident Isaac Sandoval donated $500 to the Sanders campaign during the primary season.

While not all Sanders supporters are "feeling the Bern" for Clinton, a Pew Poll shows 85 percent will end up voting for her. Sanders supporter Mitch Henry said he is switching to Clinton to unite the Democratic Party, while Republicans remain divided over Donald Trump.

"I m prepared to make that case anywhere across IN and anywhere across this country that Donald Trump would want me to", he said.

News of Mr. Sanders's endorsement of Mrs. Clinton follows developments that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will not charge her for any alleged criminal activities stemming from her handling of classified government information on a private email server. She later went on to applaud him for all the he was able to accomplish with his campaign and thank his many supporters.

The Vermont senator joined Clinton at a campaign event Tuesday in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He will endorse her today - fans angry!

"Following the convention, our pressure will be needed to keep Mrs. Clinton's feet to the fire as well as congress' feet to the fire, to make the changes that we feel are important for the country", Kalbach said.

Yes. We become stronger when black and white, Latino, Asian American, Native American - all of us - stand together. Yes.

With Clinton having won the necessary amount of delegates to become the Democratic nominee, however, Sanders' concession was only a matter of time.

"It's a little awkward to have someone that associates themselves with socialism to enforce someone that is a neo- liberal person", said Hector Picon a Sanders supporter.

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