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Katie Pavlich said the democratic party has a “reconciliation” of what happens in the 2016 election, and now followers of sen Bernie Sanders feel that the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, can be, get the same preferential treatment.
Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich said the democratic party has a “reconciliation” of what happened in the election of 2016-and now followers of sen Bernie Sanders feel that the former Vice-President and Joe be Biden, receive the same preferential treatment.
Sanders’ supporters claim the DNC leadership, preferably, to treat, to the 2020 frontrunner, Joe Biden, according to the former Vice-President of the rise in the polls, as they reported it with Hillary Clinton three years ago, the Washington Times.
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The supporters of Sanders, a U.S. senator from Vermont, say they distrust the polls show Biden holds a clear lead over the 23-candidate of the Democratic field, and some say they may stage a revolt in the party’s 2020 national convention in Milwaukee, when she calls in Philadelphia in the year 2016, when Biden for the nomination
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Laurie Cestnick, Sanders supporters, founded the Occupy the DNC, told the Washington Times that you are frustrated that the mainstream media are not just a lot of candidate events.
“The mainstream media and the DNC shameful against the American people,” she said. “This is how it feels. It’s the same thing over and over again.”
Responding to “America’s Newsroom” Pavlich DNC E-Mails in the course of said plays, which is confirmed in the summer of 2016, the suspicions to Sanders’ supporters of a “rigged” primary process.
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“The mood is still the same. The problem is the DNC is not done, a real reconciliation of what is happening in the year 2016, in order to regain the trust of Sanders’ voters,” she said.
Pavlich said it is the same feeling of the “inevitability” of the building to Biden, as recent polls show him holding a clear lead. She said that the DNC needs to undertake to avoid a “good faith effort” against Sanders’ trailer, a repetition of the divisions in the 2016 Convention.
Fox News’ Brie Stimson contributed to this report.