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Bernie Sanders and his supporters




Bernie Sanders speaks at a rally in Seattle.
Bernie Sanders speaks at a rally in Seattle.
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This past weekend Bernie Sanders' supporters protested wildly at the Nevada state Democratic convention. They objected to the caucus process Hillary Clinton originally won in February, and afterwards, state officials said they received death threats and vile messages. 

Yesterday he was compelled by Democratic elites to try and control his supporters to which he released a statement. 

We talk about it with Adam Wollner, senior analyst with National Journal. 

 

 



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