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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by WashingtonPost:

HOUSTON — The groans erupted halfway through Bernie Sanders’s appearance Wednesday at a presidential candidates’ forum sponsored by She the People, a group that aims to drive up voter participation among women of color.

Before an audience of about 1,700, many of them African American and Hispanic women, the moderator asked Sanders (I-Vt.) how he would handle the rise in white supremacy. Sanders spoke of fighting discrimination and running a campaign “to bring our people together around an agenda that speaks to all people” — then returned to a familiar message on universal health care.

Sanders said: “And to your point, the Democratic party has got to be united. I hope to win the nomination and I hope to have my fellow candidates, people who are seeking the nomination, many of whom are personal friends, support me if I win, but my pledge to you is if I do not win, I will do everything that I can to make sure that that Democratic candidate becomes the next president of the United States. This is no time for petty divisiveness. This is a time to stand together in the fight, not only to defeat Trump and his racism and his sexism and his homophobia, this is a time for the American people to come together in the fight for economic justice, social justice, racial justice, and environmental justice, and that is what this campaign is about.”

The article goes on to state the following:

For many in the audience, that was insufficient. “Come on!” a woman shouted from the back, as others began to jeer and boo.

DML News App offers the following additional information published by DAILYCALLER.COM:

“Yeah, and for black women, specifically?” [co-moderator Joy Reid] asked.

“I’m sorry?” Sanders replied, seemingly not hearing the question.

“For black women specifically,” Reid said again, at which point several audience members shouted at the Vermont senator.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Black women will be an integral part of what our campaign, and what are administration is about. Okay?” Sanders said, seemingly rattled as he stopped speaking mid-sentence. “And that means …”


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