Bernie Sanders says 'our revolution' continues
PHILADELPHIA - Bernie Sanders says no one is more disappointed than he is over not being the Democratic presidential nominee.
But the Vermont senator is urging his supporters to take "enormous pride" in the political revolution to transform America that they've started.
Sanders says in his speech at the Democratic National Convention that election days come and go.
But, he says, "the struggle of the people to create a government which represents all of us and not just the 1 percent - a government based on the principles economic, social, racial and environmental justice - that struggle continues."
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