Bernie Sanders’ political revolution is “just getting started,” the Vermont senator told a raucous crowd of supporters in New York on Thursday, more than two weeks after Hillary Clinton became the Democratic party’s presumptive nominee. While Sanders has yet to accept defeat, his 75-minute speech, titled “Where we go from here”, encouraged supporters to pick up the progressive baton that he grasped more than a year ago. “Never, ever lose your sense of outrage,” Sanders said, straining his voice to be heard above the thundering applause that filled the Town Hall, a historic venue in Midtown Manhattan.
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