Bernie Sanders had theundesirable task Monday of telling thousands of his devotedsupporters — hungry for a political revolution and dissatisfied bythe prospect of another Clinton administration — they need toswallow their pride and support the former secretary of state forpresident.

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

Throughout the course of the primary, Clinton moved to the lefton a number of issues in response to the surprising success ofSanders’ left-wing campaign. She embraced the concept oftuition-free public universities and reversed her support for theTrans-Pacific Partnership.

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