Portsmouth, New Hampshire—Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders appear at a July 12 rally where he endorsed her for president. After 14 grueling months battling her during the Democratic primaries, the Vermont senator asked his supporters to unite behind his former rival to defeat presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump. Clinton told Sanders’s backers, “You will always have a seat at the table when I am in the White House,” but some of his supporters in the crowd jeered her. Polls indicate that most Democrats who supported Sanders in the primaries will support Clinton in the general election, but many seem to be doing so begrudgingly.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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