Mr. Sanders goes to the White House

June 9, 2016
Bernie Sanders (R) walks with President Barack Obama to the Oval Office, REUTERS/Gary Cameron

Bernie Sanders (R) walks with President Barack Obama to the Oval Office, REUTERS/Gary Cameron

It’s two mornings after those decisive primaries, and Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders went off to the White House for a sit down with Barack Obama. The president is hoping the Vermont senator will agree to make nice with winning Dem candidate Hillary Clinton and unite the party around defeating Republican rival Donald Trump.┬áThe Vermont senator will also meet with Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and then hold a rally in Washington, D.C. which holds its Democratic primary on Tuesday.

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