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Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton for president today. In the past, many of his supporters have said they will not vote for her. Could this change their minds?

Sanders endorses Clinton, will supporters follow?

Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton for president today. In the past, many of his supporters have said they will not vote for her. Could this change their minds?

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