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Angry Bernie Sanders Supporters Leave DNC After Hillary Clinton Receives Nomination

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- Bernie Sanders spoke at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, during the roll call. He stood after the Vermont delegation read their votes, and after receiving strong support, he moved that all delegate votes be reflected on the record as being for Clinton, urging for unity as she made history.

Despite the call from Sanders, some supporters of his were still not happy to see their candidate not get the opportunity to take on Donald Trump in November.

Hillary Clinton Officially Receives Democratic Party's Nomination

Hundreds of supporters of Sanders made their way out of the Wells Fargo Center after Sanders' remarks.

Supporters chanted "Feel The Bern," as they exited the convention.

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