VIDEO: Democratic National Convention; Sanders’ Supporters Make Noise On Day 1

By  //  July 26, 2016

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ABOVE VIDEO: Former Democratic presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders, receives extended ovation and addresses delegates in Philadelphia. (FOX NEWS Video)

(FOX NEWS) – Democrats tried to turn their attention Monday night from an email scandal that claimed their party chairwoman and sent Bernie Sanders supporters into near rebellion with a scorching attack on Donald Trump that ranged from unnamed references by Michelle Obama to in-your-face attacks by Elizabeth Warren and Sanders himself.

The Vermont senator blasted Trump as a candidate who “insults” minorities and “divides us up.”

“Based on her ideas and her leadership, Hillary Clinton must become the next president of the United States,” the Vermont senator told the rowdy and emotional convention crowd, with many of his supporters visibly crying during his remarks and chanting his name.

Sanders appealed to supporters Monday night to get behind Clinton, as he tried to restore order at the Democratic convention after a chaotic opening day marked by intense street protests and near-constant disruptions inside the arena from delegates and others loyal to him.


ABOVE VIDEO: Massachusetts senator, Elizabeth Warren, addresses DNC delegates and slams Donald Trump. 

ABOVE VIDEO: First lady addresses delegates.

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