Sanders tells diehard supporters they'll have to look their kids in the face if Trump gets elected
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) reminded California delegates at a Tuesday morning breakfast in Philadelphia that there might be a steep price to pay if they keep up their booing at the Democratic National Convention. "It is easy to boo, but it's harder to look your kids in the face who would be living under Donald Trump. Trump is the worst candidate for president in the modern history of this country," Sanders told the delegation, which includes the biggest group of "Bernie-or-bust" delegates, after a day of his supporters heckling speakers and booing even Sanders' calls for party unity.
Sanders said that while "elections come and go," the regret that would come with failing to elect Hillary Clinton would be "forever." "This is dangerous stuff," Sanders said. "So our job is to do two things. It is to defeat Trump, it is to elect Clinton. But it is not to end on Election Day."