Bernie Sanders: "In It to the Convention!" CBS News Interview
Bernie Sanders previews Tuesday meeting with Clinton
Published on Jun 12, 2016
The Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont senator says he looks forward to sitting down with Clinton and discussing "what kind of platform she is going to support" going forward. Sanders states he is "...in it to the Convention"
Face the Nation on CBS
He has stated he's in it to make the Democratic Party better.
No one should be in opposition to that. Except republicans.
Clinton got the most pledged delegates and popular votes. That's kind of the definition of the will of the people.
if he cared about unity and not about sabotaging the Democratic party he would have conceded...he looks more and more like a spiteful person who can't face that he lost. What a mistake it was to allow someone like that to run as a Democrat.
Hillary won and won by 13% of the total vote. She has a 387 pledged delegate advantage, more than triple the delegates that Obama had in 2008 and she also won 3.7M more votes than Sanders.
I think that the people have spoken and have spoken loudly.
Clearly, he wants the Democratic party to lose. He is on Trump's team now.
Rules and his Supporters will have their Voices Heard...
Already Bernie supporters have Permits for Demonstrations in three areas at the Philly Convention.
He is meeting with Hillary tonight. Let's see how this turns out.
I think you mean behind fences outside the convention hall.
Like happens at Every convention.
Give the GOP a pass and try to sabotage the democratic convention...don't know what your movement is about but progressive it is not. You all are now on Trump's team and so is Bernie Sanders.
So, he kept his word and is going to the convention!
for his platform changes...doesn't know when to bow out gracefully.
Bernie lost by over 3.7 million votes. He also lost the pledged delegates by yugggggggggggggge margin.
He has been soundly rejected.
like the courts and actual people who would be hurt in a Trump presidency...Bernie is an also ran...who's name will not be remembered in a few years. He is irrelevant. That being said, I would not allow him to do anything at the convention ...no speech and no platform goodies...he either gets out or there is one vote and security escorts him out.
Now! With more empty words!
You're amusing, you are.
Even without the ignorant syntax--amusing, still.
Sanders has not conceded...and we have a nominee as of the 16th...he is a third party candidate in a way so we will not be reading about his antics here. I am sure you all can head over to Jack Spratt or whatever that silly website is called.
No matter how much tortured logic and denial you throw at it.
makes me laugh every time....
and this has been the plan from the beginning....
All he is doing now is denying that he lost and that isn't going to change a thing.
It is sad to see someone you once admired destroy himself.