Bernie Sanders' supporters booed Hillary Clinton's name, and gave him a long loud ovation.
FOX's Tonya J. Powers reports from Philadelphia:
Sanders was emotional at times during his speech last night here inside the Wells Fargo Center, but his message was clear, join him and get behind Hillary:
(Sanders) "Based on her ideas and her leadership, Hillary Clinton must become the president of the United States."
His supporters aren't "all in" yet.
At the Democratic National Convention, Tonya J. Powers, FOX News.
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Some supporters for Senator Bernie Sanders are feeling burned and don't know whether they can vote for Hillary Clinton.
FOX's Gurnal Scott explains from the site of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia:
Despite Sanders urging, some of his supporters I talked to aren't ready to as they say, "hold hands and sing 'Cumbayah'".
Dagmar Noll says Donald Trump is definitely out of the question:
(Noll) "I do not want him as president. I also feel that Hillary Clinton does not represent me."
She says the choice is so off-putting to her that she's looking into signing up to support a third party, Libertarian or green, because options 'a' and 'b' aren't appealing to her.
Covering the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia, Gurnal Scott, FOX News.
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