PHILADELPHIA Democrat Bernie Sanders demanded the party chairwoman resign and questioned the vice presidential pick of Tim Kaine on Sunday, raising doubts about Hillary Clinton's chances for party unity on the eve of her presidential nominating convention.
- Former New York City Mayor Bloomberg to endorse Hillary Clinton: NYT
- Democratic party chair to lose convention role in wake of e-mail leak: CNN |
- Attacking Trump, Democrat Kaine makes campaign-trail debut |
- Sanders says would prefer Elizabeth Warren over Kaine as vice presidential pick
- Democrat Clinton picks Kaine as running mate, bypassing liberals |
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