The DNC kicked off this week, and Bernie Sanders took the stage in an attempt to assuage his followers' fears of a Clinton presidency. (Photo: iStock)

Bernie Sanders had the undesirable task Monday of telling thousands of his devoted supporters — hungry for a political revolution and dissatisfied by the prospect of another Clinton administration — they need to swallow their pride and support the former secretary of state for president.

Sanders’ main argument is that the Republican alternative to Hillary Clinton is far worse. But he is also arguing that Clinton has become a much better candidate because of the “Feel the Bern” influence during the primary.

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