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Sanders has said that he will remain in the race until the final primary later this month.
Hillary Clinton might have unofficially clinched the Democratic nomination last night, but her opponent, Bernie Sanders, is still holding out hope.
Business Insider reports that though it was rumored that Sanders would be laying off half his staff today, the Vermont senator told his supporters that he would be in the race until the final primary in Washington D.C. later this month.
It’s undeniable that the outlook is bleak for the Sanders camp, but his supporters are staying positive. Last night, the hashtag #ThankYouBernie began circulating on social media, giving people an opportunity to express their gratitude for standing by his beliefs.
#ThankYouBernie for proving that a true progressive agenda just needs to get a bit of media coverage to catch on like wildfire.— Dr. Jill Stein (@DrJillStein) June 8, 2016
This the first time I've ever felt like a president was actually fighting for me and this country with everything in them.#ThankYouBernie— Avery (@AFashionatto) June 8, 2016
#ThankYouBernie because black lives mattered to you your entire life not only during election year.— CUPKAKE (@cupcakezx3) June 8, 2016
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