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What #FeeltheBern Means to 17 Bernie Sanders Supporters

At yesterday’s Bernie in the Bronx rally, we asked Sandernistas what they’re so fired up about, anyway. Click to see answers from DJ/producer Tommie Sunshine and his fellow Berners.

Tommie Sunshine. (All photos: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

Tommie Sunshine. (All photos: Daniel Leinweber / Razberry Photography)

Clara and Khamille from Jersey City, NJ.

Clara and Khamille from Jersey City, NJ.

Graduating seniors from Brooke Avenue High School, Bronx.

Graduating seniors from Brooke Avenue High School, Bronx.

Jamal, originally from Detroit.

Jamal, originally from Detroit.

Saudia from Queens, originally from Guyana.

Saudia from Queens, originally from Guyana.

Carla and Mr. E, assistant teachers, and Freddie, OT specialist.

Carla and Mr. E, assistant teachers, and Freddie, OT specialist.

Gordon from the West Village.

Gordon from the West Village.

Theodore Edwards from the Bronx, high school student.

Theodore Edwards from the Bronx, high school student.

Ron from Harlem, a real estate consultant.

Ron from Harlem, a real estate consultant.

Matt, a comic book writer from Queens.

Matt, a comic book writer from Queens.

Katie from California, a Sarah Lawrence student.

Katie from California, a Sarah Lawrence student.

Dan from Marine Park, Brooklyn, a SUNY Purchase student.

Dan from Marine Park, Brooklyn, a SUNY Purchase student.

Bernie supporter.

Bernie supporter.

Omar Hamdan from Riverdale.

Omar Hamdan from Riverdale.

Nicolette from Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.

Nicolette from Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.

Nicole Drury from Croton, NY, and her children.

Nicole Drury from Croton, NY, and her children.

Shelby from Long Island and Jack from Philadelphia.

Shelby from Long Island and Jack from Philadelphia.

Bernie supporters.

Bernie supporters.

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In W’burg, Bill Clinton Decries ‘Absence of Serious Debate’ Among Berners

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When you see a saxophone on stage at Brooklyn Bowl and know Bill Clinton is moments away from walking on, you have to wonder whether he’s going to go full Arsenio. Sadly, he did not jump in with the Wailers as they performed a couple of Marley hits, “One Love” and “Could You Be Loved,” at last night’s fundraiser for Hillary Clinton. But it’s still safe to say everyone who forked over $250 and up got their money’s worth.

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