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Bernie Sanders Vows To Take The Fight To Philadelphia

Bernie Sanders passionately spoke to his energized supporters that he was continuing to fight for the ideals that will lift up the lower and middle classes all the way to the convention.
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After Hillary Clinton clinched the necessary pledged delegates needed to win the nomination, Bernie Sanders told a raucous crowd in Santa Monica that he was going to fight hard to win the primary in DC, and continue until the convention so that he can fight for his ideals.

He said that he had nice conversations with Secretary Clinton, congratulating her and had a chat with President Obama.

"We will not allow right-wing Republicans to control our government, and that is especially true with Donald Trump as the GOP candidate," he thundered.

"Real change never occurs from the top on down, [but] always from the bottom on up."

"You all know it is more than Bernie. It is all of us together. It is what this movement is about."

He explained that "I am pretty good in arithmetic; I know that the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight."

"Next Tuesday we continue the fight in the last primary in Washington, DC."

"We are going to fight hard to win the primary in DC., and then we take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania."


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