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14. He could at the very least concede without endorsing
Sat Jun 18, 2016, 02:24 PM
Jun 2016

That is what they do every year in the general. Romney didn't want to, McCain didn't want to... but the same night... they did. And these are Republicans.... along with sixteen other Republicans that dropped out in the primaries this year. He lost. Blaming it or using some excuse of "system rigged"? really? This is relatively unheard of in the history of politics from the class president in high school, state reps, on up the the President of the United States. And to this point someone the media hasn't made him a pariah yet, but have indulge or justified the unjustifiable because its just "Bernie being Bernie" . Would it be nice to endorse? sure. But to not even acknowledge at all? Unbelievable

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