Sanders, Perez clash on opening leg of 'unity' tour

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The Governor tweeting overnight "Heard there was a wine tasting event at the Louisville Palace tonight, hosted by Bernie Sanders and Tom Perez.Thanks for spending money in Kentucky". "That's actually really important considering what happened previous year", said Cynthia Busch, chairwoman of the Broward Democratic Party.

The independent senator from Vermont will be joined by Democratic national chairman Tom Perez at the event Tuesday night. Bernie Sanders, the crowd applauded and cheered his name.

Sanders told the crowd that was why he would soon be introducing legislation calling for a single payer Medicare-style health care system.

Bernie Sanders packed Louisville's Palace Theater Tuesday night during a campaign-style rally meant to unify and rebuild the Democratic Party after last year's elections.

Despite beating Sen. Sanders' endorsement for chair of the DNC, Keith Ellison, Beus stated Democrats are still ready to unite behind the party.

Sanders said the goal is to revitalize the Democratic Party and to fight the agenda of Republican President Donald Trump.

The Maine GOP released a statement by its chair Demi Kouzounas, saying: "After their party suffered historic losses in Maine's 2nd District and across the country, Sanders and Perez should focus on offering real solutions to work with Republicans instead of doubling down on obstructionist tactics and far-left rhetoric".

He drew thousands to a rally at the civic center in Portland in July 2015, showing he was more than a fringe candidate.

The eight-state Sanders-Perez "Come Together and Fight Back" tour began Monday in ME and ends Saturday in Nevada, two states Clinton won in November.

Sen. Sanders also mentioned in this interview a need to build Democratic parties at the grassroots level.

"We've talked a lot about the need to compete everywhere, and when we talked about a 57-state-and-territory strategy, we meant it", Perez said.

So, what you're seeing in Kansas, what you're seeing in Georgia, I believe you're going to see it in Montana, I believe you're going to see it all over this country, is the many so-called red states, working people are going to wake up and say, wait a second. He did little campaigning in the state and Clinton won 64.4 percent of the vote in the Florida primary and 73 percent of the vote in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties. Hint: "President Trump don't give a sh*t about the people". "Democrats have the reputation of being elitist". Meanwhile, the Kerry campaign took the shit being thrown at them without offering fighting back much, and Kerry, in an embarrassing attempt to pander to the stereotype of the right wing, donned a hunter's outfit and went out to get photographed with a shotgun.

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