Democrats Seek Less Booing More Cheering In DNC's Second Day

Published: Tuesday, July 26, 2016 - 3:16pm
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Democrats are hoping for a more unified second day of their national convention Tuesday. Monday’s opening day featured a good amount of booing, mainly from supporters of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. 

Sanders himself got booed, when he told the convention that Democrats have to elect Hillary Clinton president. NPR’s Don Gonyea is in Philadelphia covering the DNC, and he joins The Show.

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