In news from the campaign trail, Sen. Bernie Sanders pledged to continue fighting what he calls a political revolution to transform the Democratic Party and the nation, while speaking in New York City Thursday. The speech was entitled “Where Do We Go from Here?”—a likely reference to Martin Luther King’s iconic speech to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference convention in 1967. Sanders pledged to fight to defeat Donald Trump in November, and to campaign for local progressive candidates. He also urged his supporters to “never lose their sense of outrage” over economic inequality.
Sen. Bernie Sanders: “We cannot allow ourselves to become used to the fact that we got hundreds of thousands of children in this country who are homeless. That is our greatest danger, becoming used to it and thinking that it is normal. It is not normal. It is an outrage. And never, ever lose your sense of outrage.”