Sacramento delegates respond to Sanders endorsement ahead of convention

Clinton and Sanders set to appear together in New Hampshire

Sacramento delegates respond to Sanders endorsement ahead of convention

This was Bernie Sanders' closing remark at a rally in Portsmouth, N.H., Tuesday morning as he delivered his long-anticipated endorsement of Hillary Clinton.

Last month, Bernie Sanders livestreamed a national address two days after losing the last contest in the Democratic primary race by 67 percentage points.

"The bottom line for us is about unity (and the Democratic) party working together this fall to defeat Donald Trump and the Republican Party", Henry said.

"I intend to do everything I can to make certain she will be the next president of the United States", said Bernie Sanders.

It comes more than a month after Clinton clinched enough delegates to secure the Democratic nomination.

Past year the Vermont Senator kicked off an historic campaign on Burlington's Waterfront, with a clear message.

"I can't help but reflect on how much more enjoyable this election will be now that we are on the same side", Clinton said of Sanders.

While Finger says he will support Clinton when he goes to the polls, he is anxious for what other Bernie supporters will choose.

Sanders connected with the youth demographic who didn't feel they could trust Clinton despite her resume.

While not all Sanders supporters are "feeling the Bern" for Clinton, a Pew Poll shows 85 percent will end up voting for her. Sanders supporter Mitch Henry said he is switching to Clinton to unite the Democratic Party, while Republicans remain divided over Donald Trump.

Sanders was powered by an impressive online fundraising machine that generated more than $200 million and threatened Clinton's once overwhelming lead in the Democratic primaries with the help of college students, independents and white voters drawn to his anti-establishment message.

"I think Hillary Clinton is a wonderful, wonderful candidate", Steirer said.

In his remarks, Sanders warned that Trump was a divisive figure who would create further splintering. "I think that a lot of Bernie policies are making it into Hillary's".

"In these stressful times for our country, this election must be about bringing our people together, not dividing us up", Sanders said. He released a statement on Twitter accusing Sanders of "selling out" his supporters.

On more than one occasion, Sanders questioned Clinton's judgment.

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