|Bernie Sanders is in this to the end.|
Donald Trump is well on his way to capture the Republican nomination. The threats of a contested convention are over but the problems still exist within the party. The controversial billionaire managed to defeat the establishment. The last candidates to pull out were John Kasich and Ted Cruz. They both went down in defeat. They were upset that Trump's rhetoric doomed their opportunities to win the nomination.
Hillary Clinton is all but wrapped this up. There's just one problem. Bernie Sanders is still in the race and he's trying to cause chaos in Philadelphia.
Sanders is willing to take this to a contested convention. He has to win over 85% of the delegates in order to the become the Democratic nominee, but it hasn't stop him or his supporters. Sanders is a Vermont senator who is an independent who caucuses with the Democrats. A self-proclaimed Democratic Socialist, Sanders is 74-year old progressive who is winning the young voters one by one.
His supporters continue to rally around him and they're calling out the Democratic National Convention for playing dirty bull. The chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL) is under fire for having the Democratic debate placed on low viewing nights and making the rules seem favorable for Clinton.
Clinton is also being trolled by the so-called Bernie Bros.
|The FBI will question HIllary Clinton about her private server.|
I've heard of these die-hard Bernie Sanders supporters. These supporters are often trolling websites that support Clinton and Trump. The supporters would often attack the character of those who refuse to support Sanders.
Another thing, Clinton's biggest headache is the Republicans obsession with Benghazi. The special panel hearings on Benghazi aren't over. Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) continues this charade well into the second year. This is the most expensive committee. It cost $20 million in taxpayer money. It's netted no smoking gun. Yet, Republicans and conservatives are hoping for Clinton to be arrested for emails.
This trolling has gotten on the president's nerves.
President Barack Obama said at a commencement speech at Howard University, that interrupting political events of politicos that you don't agree with isn't going to help. He said that that while dissent is a part of life, it's their right to have an event without interruption.